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Oracle claims it’s found evidence of broad copyright
infringement by SAP over and above and entirely different from that suit it
brought against SAP and its support subsidiary TomorrowNow 10 months ago. In
that suit Oracle charged them with copyright infringement and “corporate theft
on a grand scale.”
Oracle hasn’t explained yet what it’s got on SAP but it told
the court it may amend its already colorful suit to include new claims.
Oracle also claims SAP is sitting on discovery documents.
So far SAP has admitted that TomorrowNow made “inappropriate
downloads” of Oracle’s support material; acknowledged an investigation by the
Justice Department; canned TomorrowNow’s top management; and voiced an interest
in dumping the whole operation.
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