"Here's the Oracle complaint [PDF] against Google, as text. More
accurately, it's Oracle America v. Google. That is what Oracle has
named Sun Microsystems now that it's a subsidiary, Oracle America,
the company formerly known as Sun. So it's Sun that is being made
to be the plaintiff. It's Sun's patents and copyrights, so that
makes sense, but it gives me an icky feeling. All the Sun people
who'd never do this in a million years either wouldn't go to work
for Oracle or left promptly, so here we are, Oracle America.
"Doing documents as text is very helpful, because it forces me
to notice such details. Here is what else I'm noticing so far.
"There are eight claims, seven on patents, one for copyright
infringement. Let's break this down a bit. First the patents, which
you can find here. The key to the patent claims would have to be
this sentence in each:
"Google's acts of infringement have been and continue to be
willful, deliberate, and in reckless disregard of Oracle America's
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