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::: ''Any derivative work of the OpenJDK needs to be distributed under GPLv2. Harmony however is published under the Apache License, so it cannot be a derivative work.''
 
::: ''Any derivative work of the OpenJDK needs to be distributed under GPLv2. Harmony however is published under the Apache License, so it cannot be a derivative work.''
  
::: ''How can protect one set of open source software under the GPLv2, while preventing another independent piece of software under the Apache licence v2 which has stronger patent protections from doing the same. Wouldn't the same rules apply in both cases --- Oracle is bound by its own patents if they prevent Google from using Oracle's patents. Under the SCO Ruling did they not make the case that SCO could not distribute Caldera Linux under their own protection racket because by doing so they violate the GPLv2''
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::: ''How can protect one set of open source software under the GPLv2, while preventing another independent piece of software from doing the same. Wouldn't the same rules apply in both cases --- Oracle is bound by its own patents if they prevent Google from using Oracle's patents. Under the SCO Ruling did they not make the case that SCO could not distribute Caldera Linux under their own protection racket because by doing so they violate the GPLv2''
  
 
=== Would switching to IcedTea or OpenJDK make Android safe from Oracle? ===
 
=== Would switching to IcedTea or OpenJDK make Android safe from Oracle? ===

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