Oracle today filed its First Amended Complaint in federal District Court in San Francisco in its lawsuit against SAP. Oracle added federal Copyright Infringement claims and Breach of Contract claims to many of the original claims asserted, including violations of the Federal Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, violations of the state Computer Data Access and Fraud Act, Unfair Competition, and Intentional and Negligent Interference with Prospective Economic Advantage.
Oracle alleges that SAP engaged in a deliberate, systematic and illegal scheme to access, copy, use and distribute Oracle's copyrighted software products and related materials, in violation of federal and state law. The suit seeks to stop SAP's unauthorized and illegal activity and prevent future violations and to recover damages related to the violations. A copy of the amended complaint can be located at: www.oracle.com/sapsuit.
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