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The submitted title ('Oracle CSO: ~“Only we can do security, trust us and do not reverse engineer”') breaks the HN guidelines: it's editorialized (whatever one thinks of the article), and it's a quote-looking-thing that isn't a quote, so misleading.

Please don't do this. The HN guidelines ask you to use the original title. If that's really not suitable, a subtitle or some representative language from the article is ok. But putting your own spin on it is not ok. HN's goal is to let readers make up their own minds, and for that we need accurate, neutral titles.

We've changed the title to a representative phrase from the article, and can change it again if someone suggests something better.




apologies, my fault.




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