""I've already testified that I know the APIs and declarations are in the phones," said Page. "They comprise the Java language."CEO Larry Page defends Google on the stand: “Declaring code is not code” | Ars Technica
"Now tell the jury how much you paid to Oracle for using that," snapped Bicks. "Have you paid anything to Oracle for using that intellectual property?"
"When Sun established Java, they established it as an open source thing," Page said. "I believe the APIs we used were pretty open. No, we didn't pay for the free and open things."
"So you didn't get a license?" Bicks asked.
"I'm not a lawyer," Page said. "I don't know the vagaries of licensing.""
Friday, May 20, 2016
CEO Larry Page defends Google on the stand: “Declaring code is not code” | Ars Technica
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