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Oracle reveals Java copyright case against Google (gallery)

In court, Oracle outlined its Java copyright and patent infringement case against Google with a series of 91 convincing slides

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In the onset of the trial over Oracle's charges that Google knowingly violated copyrights and copied Java code for its mobile Android operating system.

First up, Oracle outlined its case with a series of 91 slides. We present the most damning as most of them are quotes from internal emails from Google execs outlining their course of action. From these slides, it looks like Google has a tough road ahead of it.

Note: This gallery will be updated frequently.

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Oracle maintains that they kept the doors open to all for a Java license.

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The pressure was on Google not to be left behind.

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Oracle says Google can't say it was unaware of the license requirement.

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Google points out that with so many ex-Sun employees, Google execs were certainly aware of Java usage requirements.

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In 2006, the decision was made.

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Google execs were urged to hide from Sun employees and lawyers.

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Examples of Google's alleged code copying.

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If you'd like to see more, here are Oracle's 91 slides. Source: Oracle

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