Microsoft can't guarantee UK data sovereignty

UK policing data may be transferred overseas

Tom Allen
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Microsoft can't guarantee UK data sovereignty

Microsoft has said it can’t guarantee that UK policing data stored in Azure will remain in the UK.

Correspondence between the Scottish Police Authority and the Windows maker showed that Microsoft could not guarantee that data uploaded to a new trial system - the Digital Evidence Sharing Capabili...

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