Export Regulations

This information has been updated to reflect recent changes to the United States Export Administration Regulations (EAR). Details of the U.S. Commercial Encryption Export Controls can be found at the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) web site. All Oracle products are subject to the U.S. Export Laws, diversion contrary to U.S. law is prohibited.


In accordance with United States' and applicable export control and economic sanctions laws and regulations, all Oracle products and services* are prohibited for export/reexport/transfer (includes in-country transfer) to or access by the following:

  • Any company or national of Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Sudan, Syria, and the Crimea region. Export licensing of commodities or services intended for these countries is presumed denied;
  • Re-export to these countries is prohibited; you may not proceed with any proposed transaction if you "know or have reason to know" it would be contrary to U.S. or applicable laws or regulations;
  • Entities listed on any U.S. Government Denied Party/Person List. See BIS's The Denied Persons List, the Office of Foreign Assets Control's Economic and Trade sanctions list (OFAC), and the Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC)
  • Any customer you know or have reason to know, who is involved in the design, development, manufacture or production of nuclear technology, or nuclear, biological or chemical "weapons of mass destruction."
  • Please note: cloud access and/or download from these countries or regions is considered an export under U.S. export and applicable economic sanctions laws and regulations and is therefore prohibited.

*Oracle products and services include but may not be limited to programs, integrated software, operating systems, hardware, support, product technical data, education, consulting, cloud services.

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