Microsoft becomes the first cloud provider to offer GDPR contractual commitments publicly

Microsoft becomes the first cloud provider to offer GDPR contractual commitments publicly

If you’re a citizen of the European Union, you might have heard about its efforts to strengthen data protection laws for member states via the General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR. You may also remember that we covered Microsoft’s commitment to comply with the provisions of the GDPR by May 25, 2018, when it enters into force.

In a blog post, Microsoft’s Corporate VP and General Counsel, Rich Sauer, reveals that the company has started publicly offering contractual commitments regarding this particular EU law, stating that this step was taken to “provide key GDPR-related assurances about our services”…


Source: Neowin

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