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Microsoft: European cloud data not protected against US Patriot Act

Posted on Thursday, June 30 2011 @ 21:14:07 CEST by


Microsoft UK managing director Gordon Frazer publicly declared that EU-based cloud data is not protected against the U.S. Patriot Act.
“Can Microsoft guarantee that EU-stored data, held in EU based datacenters, will not leave the European Economic Area under any circumstances — even under a request by the Patriot Act?”

Frazer explained that, as Microsoft is a U.S.-headquartered company, it has to comply with local laws (the United States, as well as any other location where one of its subsidiary companies is based).

Though he said that “customers would be informed wherever possible”, he could not provide a guarantee that they would be informed — if a gagging order, injunction or U.S. National Security Letter permits it.

He said: “Microsoft cannot provide those guarantees. Neither can any other company“.



 



 

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