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1. 2017-10-01 Larry Ellison kicks off OpenWorld 2017 in San Francisco Howard Street and 3rd street, South of Market
C. 2015-10-02 Two more jail deputies arrested San Jose
2010-12-11 DMV employee in privacy case suspended San Francisco
4. 2010-09-06 Oracle, Ex-HP CEO Hurd In Talks For Job Oracle
F. 2010-05-05 1M Books Online For Blind, Dyslexic San Francisco
6. 2009-04-12 YouNoodle helps startups to connect South of Market
H. 2007-08-24 County Launches Sex Offender Database Contra Costa County
I. 2006-08-24 Case-Cracking Technology For Cops Oakland
9. 2005-11-16 Searchable classified database created Google

Two more jail deputies arrested  San Jose: One accused of illegally using a criminal database for personal use, and the other of workers' compensation fraud   DMV employee in privacy case suspended
  Larry Ellison kicks off OpenWorld 2017 in San Francisco Map of Howard Street and 3rd street San Francisco


year 2017 Top ^

Oct.1
  South of Market: CTO and Executive Chairman wasted no time announcing a new set of cybersecurity products, including an automated database


year 2015 Top ^

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year 2010 Top ^

Dec.11  
  San Francisco: The department has suspended a clerk who allegedly used a state database to mail a letter to a transgender woman condemning her sex change

Sep.6
  Mark Hurd is in talks to take a top executive job at Oracle Corp., the database software maker run by his friend Larry Ellison
May.5   1M Books Online For Blind, Dyslexic  San Francisco: A new service by the nonprofit Internet Archive has hired hundreds of people to scan thousands of books into its digital database

year 2009 Top ^

Apr.12   YouNoodle helps startups to connect
  South of Market: The company is the world's largest database of startups and entrepreneurs from all over the world - 40,000 startups so far

year 2007 Top ^

Aug.24   County Launches Sex Offender Database
  Contra Costa County: OffenderWatch is a new Internet-based system of tracking registered sex offenders in unincorporated areas

year 2006 Top ^

Aug.24   Case-Cracking Technology For Cops  Oakland: A computer system installed in the police car will scan the license plate and then check it against a database

year 2005 Top ^

Nov.16 Searchable classified database created
  Google: Google Base has its sights set on conquering classified advertising Jan.30   Held for Cruising Megan's Law Database  Cupertino: A convicted child molester was arrested for allegedly using the database of registered sex offenders to troll for dates

year 2003 Top ^

Dec.18   Residents Can Now Track Sex Offenders  San Jose: A new web site gives San Jose residents home access to the Megan's Law database Sep.8   New Update to Database Software  Oracle: 10g database is designed to help disparate computer systems work in a more integrated and cheaper way

year 2002 Top ^

Apr.24 State DNA laboratory opened
  Richmond: The $18 million lab will house the state's DNA data bank, a computerized DNA identification database of 200,000 criminals Apr.12 Largest database in world  Stanford: Database used by 600 physicists from nine nations has stored its 500,000th gigabyte of information

year 2001 Top ^

Dec.15     Security badges taken from 29 felons
  SFO: Officials are checking the fingerprints of 3,000 workers against the FBI database
Jun.13   9i: Database new version  Oracle: The software will extend its technological lead in databases. Oracle's competitors are becoming more aggressive May.23   Oracle widens market lead  Share of the database market rose from 31.4% in 1999 to 33.8% in 2000. Profits will be hurt by price cuts Apr.30   Oracle Sales Outlook Still Cloudy  Executive vice president said revenues should get a boost from the release of new database product Feb.14   Oracle stood by bullish forecast  Company expected to see database revenues rising between 15% and 20%, and applications increasing up to 75%

year 2000 Top ^

May.13 Former Executive Sues Over Termination
  Oracle: Randy Baker, 55, has sued the database giant for suddenly firing him in February, just 6 months before retirement


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