Oracle v. Google has not been completed yet – Google promises to appeal to the Supreme Court

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Google has not given up Oracle's long-standing trial without fighting.

The company announced on Tuesday that it will appeal to the Supreme Court after the Federal Court of Appeals refuses the reconsideration when judging that the use of Java software from Oracle has exceeded the limit of fair use. Oracle has Demand for damages of 8.8 billion dollars so far.

"The Federal Circuit Court of Appeals has been disappointed with reversing the jury's opinion that Java is open to all for free," Google spokeswoman said in a statement. "We appeal to the Supreme Court to protect this principle against companies like Oracle and restrictive practices may interfere with the work of new generation technology developers," he said.

Oracle sued Google in 2010 for alleged copyright infringement and patent infringement on the use of the Java programming language on Oracle's Android operating system. Oracle acquired rights to Java during the acquisition of Sun Microsystems. Under the Fair Trade Act, Google insists it does not require a license for open source software.

Oracle spokesperson said, "We are pleased that the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals has confirmed a reasonable decision of the panel." "We are about to submit the damaged file to the jury.

In 2014 Google I asked the Supreme Court of the country We overturn the previous Court of Appeals court ruling and support Oracle. The Supreme Court rejected this request and mentioned the Federal Court.

Posted on August 28th at 14: 09.

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