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ECJ decides Safe Harbor isn’t safe – rethink cloud storage

Published on October 7, 2015 by in security

Rethink your use of cloud storage which relies on the US Safe Harbor program for data protection compliance – the ECJ has decided it’s not EU data protection compliant. In particular, consider your use of Evernote, Amazon, Google Drive, Microsoft One Drive etc – all of these may (probably do) store data in the US. If you don’t run your own (preferably zero knowledge) encryption, your use of these services may no longer meet data protection requirements.

 
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