By Gina Kim (August 23, 2022, 9:20 p.m. EDT) — Privacy advocates have hit Oracle with a proposed class action lawsuit in California federal court, claiming that the database management company violates federal privacy and wiretapping laws by illegally collecting and selling the personal information of millions of Internet users worldwide – earning billions each year.
In a 69-page lawsuit filed on Friday, attorneys alleged Oracle had amassed a large number of detailed profiles, or digital “records,” of millions of people around the world and had an annual revenue of $42. $.4 billion by selling personal information to private and government entities. of anyone who uses the Internet for their daily activities.
Oracle illegally collects information – including addresses, race, politics…
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