Oracle Amended Its Java Complaint Against Google, Included "Line-by-Line Examples"

Back in August, Oracle sued Google over alleged use of copyrighted java code in its Android operating system. But Google insisted that the suit was baseless, now, Oracle is revised their original suit to include line by line examples of patent infringement by Google:While the code is slightly different in places, Oracle believes that the […]

Back in August, Oracle sued Google over alleged use of copyrighted java code in its Android operating system. But Google insisted that the suit was baseless, now, Oracle is revised their original suit to include line by line examples of patent infringement by Google:

While the code is slightly different in places, Oracle believes that the comparisons exhibited are "nearly identical…on a line-for-line basis."

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