Oracle files copyright infringement suit against Google
Oracle filed copyright infringement suit against Google for repeatedly using Java related intellectual property in the development of Android. The lawsuit has been filed to get remedies for it. In the year Oracle had acquired Java for $5.6 billion and analysts believe Oracle may even seek for licenses for its properties and internet based products.
Oracle’s Chief Executive officer Larry Eloision informed Java is a key asset as it can be used in a number of electronic devices such as DVD’s and PC’s. The suit is filed against Google Inc by Oracle of America Inc in California district.
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