#Forget Facebook. This Company Has Data On 5 Billion People. webfinet.com

#Forget Facebook. This Company Has Data On 5 Billion People. webfinet.com

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Many of the top tech companies like Google and Facebook get a lot of slack for invading our privacy and collecting a bunch of our data. And while this criticism is definitely well deserved, like in most scenarios, the most dangerous companies aren’t the ones that are front facing. The most dangerous companies are the background companies that most people have never heard of. This is the same case with Oracle and data collection. If you’re not familiar with Oracle, they’re basically the king of enterprise software and solutions along with SAP. They control everything from supply chain and procurement software to financial and accounting software. As you would guess, this has given them access to an extraordinary amount of end-user data. Technically, they’re not supposed to be leveraging any of this data, but a new lawsuit alleges that Oracle has actually been collecting data on as many as 5 billion people. This video explains the business of Oracle and the truth about its data collection practices.

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Timestamps:
0:00 – Oracle
3:25 – The Origin Of Oracle
6:39 – Oracle Products
9:57 – Oracle Today

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23 thoughts on “#Forget Facebook. This Company Has Data On 5 Billion People. webfinet.com

  1. Just stopping by to say that Oracle is a disgusting company and while it'd take a lot of nice technologies with it – all of which they bought so there's that- if be happy to see them go bancrupt tomorrow.

    Oracle SQL – which is separate from MySQL which they acquired – is one of the worst SQL implementations around. Under their thumb many Sun projects withered including Java which just stopped really evolving for a good decade after they bought Sun, and they litigated like crazy against not only Google with Android in the process causing them to adopt Kotlin – a case btw which, if they had really won it, would've gone ahead and destroyed the entire current software development approach and basically forced every software piece to be incompatible with each other for fear of litigation – but also non profit work like OpenZFS.

  2. OpenJDK, MySQL, Oracle Linux… Oracle not just gets data. They laso give you the tools to compete against them and they learned in the hard way with their loss of OpenOffice as an open-source project.

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