Oracle can redistribute the information about individual patches in RHEL, however they obtain it (by subscribing to RHEL, for example). But they can do it exactly once.
Because publishing the patches terminates the contract between RHEL and Oracle. And without a contract it's illegal to access the RHEL systems that carry patch information.
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