API Copyrights: New Considerations for Building or Using APIs (webcast & podcast)
The API copyright question is back in the news these days. By declining to hear the high-profile Oracle v. Google case, the Supreme Court recently upheld a lower-court ruling that the Java API is protected by copyright.
What does this mean for developers and IT and business leaders? What do they need to do now when they build or use APIs?
In this webcast replay, Stacey Giamalis, Apigee's top legal counsel, and Ed Anuff, developer and Apigee product strategist, discuss:
- the details of the appeals court decision
- what the decision means for API developers
- best practices for building or using APIs
Special thanks to Heather Meeker, a partner at O'Melveny & Myers LLP, for her contributions to this webcast.