The European Data Protection Supervisor has expressed serious concerns about Microsoft’s contractual agreements with the EU's institutions, saying they fail to fully comply with the bloc's GDPR, the EU's data protection legislation.
Microsoft has already taken action to improve its GDPR compliance by opening European data centres for the handling of local data and offering new options for telemetry data.
"We are in discussions with our customers in the EU institutions and will soon announc...
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