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Microsoft’s pledge to ‘shield foreign data’ may increase NSA surveillance, experts suggest

By Corinne Reichert (@thelaughingsub) and Zack Whittaker (Zackwhittaker)  for Between the Lines – ZDNet Microsoft’s efforts to allow foreign customers to move their data to non-U.S. regional datacenters could increase the scope of NSA surveillance, academics and lawyers suggest. In efforts to appease international customers amid a spate of intelligence leaks that implicated Microsoft in

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No, your data isn’t secure in the cloud

By Lucas Mearian, Computerworld – Macworld While online data storage services claim your data is encrypted, there are no guarantees. With recent revelations that the US Federal Government taps into the files of internet search engines, email and cloud service providers, any myth about data ‘privacy’ on the internet has been busted. Experts say there’s

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