Oracle is seeking as much as $9.3 billion in damages in a long-running copyright lawsuit against Google over its use of Java in Android, court filings show. Oracle sued Google six years ago, claiming the search giant needs a license to use parts of the Java platform in Google's market-leading mobile OS. The companies went to trial over the matter in 2012 but the jury was split on the crucial question of whether Google???s use of Java was protected by "fair use," which permits copying under limited circumstances. They're headed back to a federal district court in San Francisco for a new trial due to begin May 9.
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