Oracle is trying to get Google to pay it a lot of money for Android, again
Oracle on Thursday will try, once again, to get the courts to tell Google to hand over a lot of money.
In May 2016, a jury ruled in favor of Google, saying Google’s use of bits of Oracle code in Android constituted “fair use.”
Oracle appealed the verdict, however, and the first appeal hearing is scheduled to kick off Thursday.
The two have been duking it out in court for years, but so far, Oracle has not been awarded the multi-billion dollar judgment it’s seeking.
Last May, Oracle suffered a well-publicized loss in its years-long lawsuit against Google over Android. Oracle appealed the …read more
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