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Google v Oracle: Copyright and Fair Use Examined

On April 5, 2021 the US Supreme Court in a 6-2 decision in the copyright case of Google v Oracle found that Google's use of the APIs from 37 Java packages in the Android platform was legally a "fair use", thus deciding the case in favor of Google. This decision was the culmination of more than ten years of litigation and two jury trials whose decisions were each overturned on appeal, before being ultimately determined by the Supreme Court.

Digital and Public Durham History: Works in Progress at Duke and North Carolina Central University

REGISTRATION REQUIRED: http://duke.is/hxuxiN

Join faculty, staff, and student researchers at North Carolina Central University and Duke University, along with their community partners, for a series of lightning talks on the history of Durham. Speakers will explore the histories of places and communities, racial segregation and social movements, and the promises and challenges of digital methods in bringing hidden and marginalized histories to light.

Healthcare Innovations Symposium

The Feagin Leadership Program is excited to present its first annual Duke Healthcare Innovations Symposium: Doing It Right With Industry! on Saturday April 17th from 12-5 PM. This symposium is perfect for anyone who is interested in the intersections of business, innovation, and healthcare, regardless of what field you come from. The symposium will feature stories of success and failure from physician-entrepreneurs, practical tips for taking an idea to market, and an overview of how to navigate intellectual property regulations.

Social Media Careers Speaker Series

Max Reisinger, YouTube Content Creator | Join us for sessions with industry experts who discuss their roles in the rapidly evolving landscape of social media careers. Co-hosted by the Duke Innovation & Entrepreneurship Initiative (I&E), Social Media Studies (SMS), Markets and Management Studies (MMS), and the Duke Entertainment, Media & Arts Network (DEMAN).

Thursday, April 1st at 12pm ET.

Zoom link provided upon registration: http://bit.ly/dukesmc2

Twine: A workshop on how to put the “interactive” in Interactive Fiction and text-based games

In this hands-on workshop you'll discover how easy it is to learn the basics of coding with Twine, and you'll create your own Twine adventure.
Dr. Randall Sadler is an Associate Professor of Linguistics, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and Director of the Illinois English as a Second Language (ESL) and Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL) Programs. He teaches courses on telecollaboration and language learning, virtual worlds and language learning and the teaching of L2 reading and writing.
Sponsored by Duke Game Lab and Duke Language Central

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