If it’s simply a comment on oracles in general, you might want to read up further on that topic.
Jason Civalleri

In the Prism model, a queried oracle which maliciously informs the contract that the prices of the assets the user seek exposure to is now zero triggers a response in the contract which defaults the entire collateral to ShapeShift.

If your point is that a product can be trustless even while it relies on trusted oracles, that would only apply to products in which the control of user funds or other rights of ownership are not reliant on the data fed to the contract. If, however, that according to you, this is not a requirement as per the “industry norm”, I expect that you are able to provide some examples of that to support your claim.

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