Oracle has filed a lawsuit against SAP after its server log files indicate that SAP has been leeching Oracle's entire library of support documentation for the JD Edwards and Peoplesoft enterprise applications.
In doing so, the company violated Oracle's copyrights, the firm alleged. It furthermore used expired accounts for former Oracle clients that had since moved to SAP. So even if downloading the documents themselves wouldn't be illegal, doing so without paying for it would be, the company argues.
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