Oracle accused of 'double-billing customers' after software audits

Trevor Treharne
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Vendor giant allegedly auditing local subsidiaries of firms that already have global licences

Oracle is targeting the local subsidiaries of multi-national companies, potentially resulting in firms being double-billed for its offerings, according to the Campaign for Clear Licensing (CCL). ...

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