From RealClearPolicy:

You probably already know it’s baseball season, but you may have missed some particularly interesting inside baseball going on in the world of copyright law and policy. The most recent example: the U.S. Solicitor General’s Office has recommended the Supreme Court denycertiorari  — that is, refuse to review — to a Federal Circuit Court decision earlier this month that reversed and remanded back to a U.S. district court a case which originally found, in part, that Google did not infringe copyrights held by Oracle Corp. Got that?

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