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The EU-US data sharing agreement

Posted by Mark Hall | 16 Feb 2016, 14:00 PM


With news that European commissioners have agreed to a new framework that ensures data security rights to EU citizens when their data is held by US organisations, Mark Hall discusses if this new framework should make the UK Government any more trusting of the public cloud.

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Are you operating a legal Cloud?

Posted by Simon Michie | 26 Jul 2013, 13:53 PM


The UK Data Protection Act (DPA) is often heralded as the world’s leading light when it comes to laws protecting personal data. However with increasing adoption rates of cloud services UK organisations are putting themselves and their data at risk by breaching data protection laws.

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The US Patriot Act and your data – is it safe?

Posted by Stefan Haase | 7 Nov 2012, 17:46 PM


The US Patriot Act was set up in the aftermath to the horrific 9/11 attacks. The act facilitates the US government in its gathering of foreign intelligence about possible national and international terrorist attacks. There has been a lot of controversy about the implementation of the Patriot Act, with the US government using the act to collect documents and data with remote or highly speculative links to terrorism.

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