Oracle accused of selling personal data for billions of users

Oracle is facing a major lawsuit concerning allegations it created a network containing personal data and profiles on millions of people which was then sold on to third parties.

As per the lawsuit, Oracle created a network containing personal information of millions of people and is using it to generate more than $40 billion in revenues, every year. The personal information allegedly includes names, postal addresses, emails, purchase history, location data, political views, and online activity. 

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