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 January 13, 2011  Posted by  Non-U.S., Online

After another translated story turned out to be a less than accurate translation, I’m a bit leery about posting the following based on Google translation, but it seems important, so:

Despite earlier promises, Google offers no assurances that the privacy and confidential data remain in Europe. “Customers should also not complain,” says the lawyer from Google.

Google refuses the desire of many organizations to meet privacy and confidential data within the borders of the EU to save. Competitors like Microsoft and Amazon do offer some European cloud, which dates from citizens and businesses remain safely within the EEC.

See the article on Webwereld.

The difference between EU and US protections was highlighted this past week in the matter of the Twitter court order.

Thanks to the reader who sent in this link.

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