Oracle publishes a report every six months to provide information regarding informational requests submitted to us by law enforcement agencies and governments from around the world.
A formal written order for information or testimony issued by a government agency without prior judicial oversight.
A formal written order for information or testimony issued by a Grand Jury.
A written request to preserve relevant evidence, including hard copy documents and electronically stored information.
Order issued by local, state or federal courts that authorizes law enforcement officers to conduct a search of a person, location, or vehicle for evidence of a crime and to confiscate any evidence found during the search.
Request made by a law enforcement or government agency for the removal or disablement of access to illegal, irrelevant or outdated information.
Other request for information from a law enforcement agency in order to assist in an active investigation.
Customers typically have direct access to their data stored in their tenancy. Oracle therefore believes that customers are generally in a better position to identify and access their own data in response to a legal access request.
However, in the event Oracle receives a disclosure request directly from a law enforcement or government authority, the Data Processing Agreement for Oracle Services (Section 10) and Oracle's Binding Corporate Rules (BCR-p) (Section 3.4) provide for safeguards. For more information refer to the Legal Access Requests document (PDF).
|Grand Jury Subpoena||38%|
|Misc. Investigation Assistance||19%|