Oracle Seeking $9.3B in Damages from Google for Using Java in Android

The complicated six-year legal battle between Google and Oracle is about to resume this April, and according to a series of new documents, Oracle is now seeking damages of $9.3 billion (€8.3 billion).

Oracle’s quarrel with Google started in 2012, when Big Red sued Google for copyright infringement relating to Google’s usage of Java in the source code of its Android operating system.

The case went back and forward for the first years, and at first, Google won the dispute. The… (read more)
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