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Microsoft General Counsel Brad Smith has suggested that overseas users will be able to store their data outside of the U.S., in what Reuters reports as “the most radical move yet by a U.S. technology company to combat concerns that U.S. intelligence agencies routinely monitor foreigners.” According to Financial Times, Smith said users “should have the ability to know whether their data are being subjected to the laws and access of governments in some other country and should have the ability to make an informed choice of where their data resides.” As one example, Smith said, Europeans could choose to store their data in Microsoft’s data center in Ireland.
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