Google Damages to Oracle Downplayed
Original Air Date: March 31, 2016
Google downplays the importance of Java to Android, to disprove Oracle claims that it's owed $9.3 billion in damages. A ZDNet reports statesGoogle has filed a rebuttal to Oracle's claim that it's due $9.3bn in damages for unlicensed use of Java code in Android.Google says its own damages expert "strongly disagrees" with the financial relief Oracle has demanded, ahead of the companies' May district court retrial over claims that 37 Java SE application protocol interfaces in Android infringed Oracle's copyright.
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