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Dutch govt study finds Microsoft Office violating EU data protection rules

Monday 19 November 2018 | 14:53 CET | News
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The use of Microsoft Office by the public sector raises "alarming" privacy concerns, according to an impact assessment conducted by Privacy Company for the Dutch Ministry of Justice & Security. The company looked at how Microsoft collects and stores data in Microsoft Office as the federal government prepares to move to cloud-based services.

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Companies: Microsoft
Countries: Netherlands
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