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Oracle's $9.3 billion Copyright Suit with Google over Android Continues

     
10:48 am on Mar 29, 2016 (gmt 0)

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This lawsuit has rumbled on and is due to start again in May, with Google contesting the damages claimed over the use of Java in Android operating system.

Oracle is seeking as much as US $9.3 billion in damages in a long-running copyright lawsuit against Google over its use of Java in Android, court filings show.
They're headed back to a federal district court in San Francisco for a new trial due to begin May 9. As last time, a parade of star witnesses is expected to take the stand, including Oracle’s Larry Ellison and Google’s Eric Schmidt.

The damages figure appears in a report compiled by an expert hired by Oracle to calculate how much Google should pay for its alleged infringement.


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Google Loses Its Appeal Over Licensing Oracle's Java in Android OS [webmasterworld.com]
 

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