Oracle wins $30m from HPE for copyright damages

In addition to the $30m, a jury also felt HPE was liable for $24m in damages for interference

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Oracle wins $30m from HPE for copyright damages

A jury has ruled Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) must pay Oracle $30m in copyright damages. It comes following weeks of debate between the two companies after it was alleged that HPE provided software updates to an Oracle operating system without permission. In addition to awarding $30m to Oracle, the jury also felt HPE was liable for $24m in damages for interference. But according to Reuters, an attorney for HPE said Oracle was only entitled to $30m, not the combined $54m. A Uni...

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