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Microsoft gives cloud customers greater control over personal data after EU concerns

2019-11-18 10:47:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) Microsoft has announced changes to its privacy policy for customers using online services, following concerns from the Dutch government over disclosure of how it handles customer data. The company said that following feedback from the Dutch justice ministry, it will implement the changes worldwide for Microsoft commercial cloud customers, giving customers greater control over how the company collects personal data. 

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