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Oracle v. Google (2010, USA)

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In August 2010, Oracle filed a lawsuit against Google for patent infringement related to the Java programming language distributed on Google's Android software. The lawsuit was filed at the US District Court for the Northern District of California.

Oracle acquired Java when they purchased Sun.


The patents

  • 6,125,447 - Protection Domains To Provide Security In A Computer System
  • 6,192,476 - Controlling Access To A Resource
  • 5,966,702 - Method And Apparatus For Preprocessing And Packaging Class Files
  • 7,426,720 - System And Method For Dynamic Preloading Of Classes Through Memory Space Cloning Of A Master Runtime System Process
  • RE38,104 - Method And Apparatus For Resolving Data References In Generate Code
    • (Can you help? Why does this patent have an unusual number?)
  • 6,910,205 - Interpreting Functions Utilizing A Hybrid Of Virtual And Native Machine Instructions
  • 6,061,520 - Method And System for Performing Static Initialization

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