German software giant SAP has agreed to hand over $306m in damages to Oracle in the TomorrowNow copyright infringement case in order to avoid a new trial. Oracle sued SAP in 2007, claiming that the German biz's TomorrowNow subsidiary illegally downloaded Oracle software and support documents in an effort to pilfer Oracle …
Oracle's bill from the lawyers was indeed $120m
Its only a double 'management fee' (new Reg measurement?)
That should be criminal. Wouldn't be surprised if that's a fradulent claim itself
The name says it all
SAP = "Shut-up And Pay"
SAP = horrid
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