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Must Pay $1.3 Billion for Copyright Infringement

The German software company SAP is sentenced to pay its competitor Oracle $1.3 billion for infringement of copyright, according to The Wall Street Journal.

Oracle Co-President Safra Catz said “this is the largest amount ever awarded for software piracy.”

SAP has admitted liability for a the actions done by TomorrowNow, the now discontinued business unit, that abused Oracle’s intellectual property, infringing on 120 copyrights.

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