Oracle: Mary Ann Davidson blog 'does not reflect our beliefs or relationship with our customers'

Charlee Gothard
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Executive VP promises 'a robust programme of product security assurance' for licence holders

Oracle has responded more fully to yesterday's public outrage at CSO Mary Ann Davidson's blog post - which demanded customers not attempt to find and fix their own bugs in Oracle software - saying ...

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