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Oracle Suit Seeking Up To $9.3B From Google

  • PC World, Tuesday, March 29, 2016 1:13 PM
As part of a long-running copyright suit against Google, Oracle is reportedly seeking up to $9.3 billion in damages. “Oracle sued Google six years ago, claiming the search giant needs a license to use parts of the Java platform in Google's market-leading mobile OS,” PCWorld reminds us. “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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