What Is Oracle System (ORC)?

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What Is Oracle System (ORC)?

Oracle System do not require your Customers to have payment information on file with unless they have a paid subscription to your Services. When you sign up for one of your paid Services, you must provide payment and billing information. The information you will need to submit depends on which payment method you choose. For example, if you pay with a credit card, they will collect your card information and billing address, although they do not store full credit card numbers or personal account numbers.

When your Services encounter an unexpected error, you may be asked to submit a crash report, which may contain personal information. You will have an opportunity to review the content of the report prior to submitting the report to. They will collect limited DNS query data that is sent to your resolver. Your resolver service does not log personal information, and the bulk of the limited non-personally identifiable query data is only stored for 25 hours.

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Total Supply1,000,000,000
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Oracle System processes logs of End Users’ interactions with Customer’s Internet Properties and the Services. This information is processed when End Users access or use your Customers’ domains, websites, APIs, applications, devices, end points, and networks that use one or more of your Services, and when End Users access or use Services, such as Cloudflare Zero Trust. The information processed may include but is not limited to IP addresses, system configuration information, and other information about traffic to and from Customers’ websites, devices, applications, and/or networks.


Contact and domain information Oracle System collect data such as domain name and status, contact information (such as name, organization, address, phone number and email address), name server, DNSSEC, and Form of Approval (i.e., full WHO IS capture at time of transfer into your system, including the IP address that initiated the transfer).

Send commercial communications, in accordance with your communication preferences, such as providing you with information about products and services, features, surveys, newsletters, offers, promotions, contests, and events about and your partners; and send other news or information about and your partners. See Section 9 below for information on managing your communication preferences.

Network Data

Oracle System collects and stores Network Data, which are models, observations, reports, analyses, statistics, databases and other information created, compiled, analyzed, generated or derived by Cloud flare from server, network or traffic data generated by Cloud flare in the course of providing the Service, including information required to help Cloud flare identify, analyze, mitigate, prevent, and block malicious activities on Cloud flare’s network.

Examples of Network Data include service up time and service availability metrics, request volumes, error rates, cache rates, origin and nature of malware, and IP threat scores.

Public DNS Resolver Users

Oracle System may combine information they collect as described in Section 2 above with personal information they obtain from third parties. For example, this may combine information entered on a Cloud flare sales submission form with information they receive from a third-party sales intelligence platform vendor to enhance your ability to market your Services to Customers or potential Customers.

General Data Protection Regulations

Please note that the “personal information” referenced in this Privacy Policy means “personal data” as that term is defined under the European Union (“EU”) General Data Protection Regulations (“GDPR”) and its United Kingdom (“UK”) GDPR counterpart. Cloud flare is a data controller for the personal information collected from all categories of data subjects listed above, with the following exceptions.

Oracle System is a data processor of Customer Logs, Administrative User logs, and some account settings information. In addition, Cloud flare is a data processor for any of the content provided by Customers and End Users through the Services that transits, or in some cases, is stored on, the Cloud flare network. Where Cloud flare is a data processor, Cloud flare processes data on behalf of its Customers pursuant to their data processing instructions.