On Tuesday, February 11, the Senate Judiciary IP Subcommittee held the first of its Digital Millennium Copyright Act reform hearings, this one entitled “The Digital Millennium Copyright Act at 22: What is it, what was it enacted and where are we now?”; on Wednesday, February 12, Oracle filed its opening brief in its Supreme Court copyright infringement case against Google, in which Google asked the Court to consider “1. Whether copyright protection extends to a software interface” and “2. Whether, as the jury found, petitioner’s use of a software interface in the context of creating a new computer program constitutes fair use.” Oracle is suing Google for $8.8 in lost revenue.

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