Saturday, January 22, 2011

Google/Android has copyright problems?

On Jan. 21, 2011, zdnet reported:

Today, in a bombshell post on his FOSS Patents blog, Florian Mueller, an expert on intellectual property law and open source code, reports that “evidence is mounting that different components of the Android mobile operating system may indeed violate copyrights of Sun Microsystems, a company Oracle acquired a year ago.”

Of Mueller, wikipedia notes: Florian Müller (born January 21, 1970 in Augsburg, Germany) is an author, entrepreneur, consultant, and the founder of the NoSoftwarePatents campaign. No mention of Mueller being a lawyer.


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