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Google triumphs over Oracle in the rights to use the Java language issue
Google triumphed in the famous Oracle own the rights to use the Java language issue -alta owned Oorakl- in the application programming interface API in Android system, where Oracle was calling Google in the amount of US $ 9 billion, for the use of their language in private API interfaces Bondroed.
It considered lying at the northern California court, that Google’s use of some BB Java language, serves as a “fair use,” and centered case about API interfaces developed in Java, and is owned by Oracle, and used by Google in the Android system.
The case began since 2010 when Oracle filed a lawsuit, complaining about the Google that it used 37 API interface of the Java language owned her without her permission, the court found that in the beginning that Oracle is right in Google’s claim for compensation for the use of language.
The Google says says that the case fall under the status of “fair use,” which defended itself saying it used the small parts of the Java language, and turned it into a completely unique product -nzam Ondroed-, which is satisfied by the jury in the end, saved Google from pay $ 9 billion for the benefit of Oracle.
The case of fair use Fair use, especially in the US Copyright Act case, allow the use of protected material copyright cases and special conditions, including the intended use of protected material and the nature of the use and the extent of material these materials, nature and extent of their impact on the market in question, and the amount of material that was used.
Google has relied largely on this issue on Eric Schmidt, the current CEO of the company Olfabt owner of Google, who was formerly one of those in charge of making the Java language at Sun Microsystems Sun Microsystems, and then acquired by Oracle that Google demanded compensation.
Eric Schmidt said during his testimony that Sun Microsystems has promoted programming interfaces of Java applications primarily as free and open, and not intended for sale or license separately from the Java language.
Google said after the verdict in their favor in this case represents a victory for the Android system, but the community Java programming, and software developers who rely on open and free to build consumer products creative and innovative programming languages.Viewing:-157
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