Google cites Brexit as reason for moving UK users' data out of EU

Marian McHugh
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The tech giant stated that UK users’ privacy standard will remain the same as under GDPR

Google is moving UK users' accounts outside of the control of EU data and privacy regulators as a result of Brexit. From 31 March 2020 UK accounts will fall under the jurisdiction of the US, whe...

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