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Saturday, March 24, 2007

Oracle vs SAP

The Oracle vs SAP lawsuit is intriguing. Nick Carr examines the details. This will be closely examined by large companies who provide public access to training and related systems. Carr seems to make the case that SAP or its contractors may not be as responsible because Oracle did not closely guard their assets or even notice when they were accessed. That runs contrary to his former view that illegal copying of digital assets in the music industry should not be condoned just because it is easy to do. I would think that this case will go on for some time and will have interesting implications for the industry.

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