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+ - Google didn't relicense Java code afterall

Submitted by RedK
RedK (112790) writes "In a follow up to yesterday's news piece about Google apparently relicense confidential Oracle code found in Java under the ASL, it seems that the blogger who initially reported the issue was plain wrong as the files that he indicated were in breach of Oracle's copyright do not actually ship with Android. Google has also deleted many of these files which were mostly used as unit tests."
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