Oracle will not share Java Code with Google

Oracle has been submitted document to a district court in northern California. They accused Google of having copied the Java code line for line, to their operative system Android

Google answer is, that the company neither has infringed or may be held accountable for violating Oracle’s copyright. The company also denies Oracle’s announcement that the code has been copied.

In same time Google accusing Oracle to be edited or deleted information on its copyright to a number of functions and files in the code that it refers to. Oracle requires in its atmosphere both damages and that Google, by court order to prohibit further infringement on Android.

The trial begins October 31 next year, according to a recent decision by the judge in the case, William Alsup. Prior to the case this will being discussed at a conference on 18 November.