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Google’s Texas antitrust lawsuit places allegations of adtech-market abuse at center stage
05 February 2021 00:00
Google’s United States Supreme Court copyright win against Oracle over the development of the Android operating system was a huge development, with the case spending the past 10 years bouncing around courts in the US. The ruling is significant because it may shed some light on how tech developers can add value to existing coding. Also on the podcast this week: How China’s electronic media is playing a role in increasing the public’s understanding of privacy.
Google notches huge Android copyright win from US Supreme Court over Oracle, but still faces antitrust scrutiny05 April 2021 00:00 by Mike SwiftCapping a decade of litigation ruling Google’s copying elements of Java to create Android OS was legal fair use.
26 March 2021 06:52 by Xu YuanOn World Consumer Rights Day, China's CCTV features a show that includes undercover journalists expose malpractices by businesses related to lives of consumers.