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Oracle Joins BSA

WASHINGTON, DC — November 19, 2012 

BSA | The Software Alliance today announced that Oracle Corp. has joined BSA as a global advocacy member to help advance policies that promote technology innovation.

“BSA is dedicated to advancing software industry issues such as intellectual property rights and technology innovation, which are of great importance to Oracle and its customers,” said Jason Mahler, Vice President of Government Affairs at Oracle. “We are pleased to join BSA and look forward to collaborating with fellow member companies to protect intellectual property, promote open markets, and foster the growth of cloud computing.”

BSA President and CEO Robert Holleyman said, “Oracle’s industry view is closely aligned with BSA’s membership on the key issues affecting software. The addition of Oracle’s expertise and thought leadership to our global advocacy programs and initiatives will help us accomplish even more on priority issues.”

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