The Federal Circuit has ruled that Google had violated Oracle's copyright by using Oracle's Java development platform to create the Android operating system.
The case was sent to a U.S. judge in San Francisco to determine how much compensation Google owes Oracle. As of 2016, Oracle was seeking about $9 billion from Google.
In 2016, the court ruled that Google used Java software on the basis of provisions for fair use and is not required to pay Oracle.
Oracle filed a lawsuit against Google in 2010, shortly after the purchase of a Java developer - Sun Microsystems.