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Concerns over Java could end up delaying a fast-track acquisition of Sun Microsystems by Oracle. The US Department of Justice (DoJ) is reported to have asked the companies for more information about the licensing of Java, before giving its seal of approval to the deal. Sun and Oracle had hoped for approval by June 26, so that …

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  1. disgruntled yank Silver badge

    odd

    that nobody is concerned about MySQL.

  2. Gene Cash Silver badge
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    "known to jacking up"

    It's either "known to jack up" or "known for jacking up". Icon for where the editors are at the moment...

  3. Anonymous Coward
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    Wow!

    Someone with a clue

  4. Keith Wingate
    Gates Horns

    It's already begun

    I tried to download JDK 6.x for Linux yesterday, which now requires a login, etc. and of course, .... my account is no longer valid! So much for Java. 'guess I'd better finally break down and learn .NOT.

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