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Microsoft to comply with California privacy law across all of the US

Tuesday 12 November 2019 | 11:09 CET | News
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Microsoft said it is a strong support of California's Consumer Privacy Act set to go into effect from January. The company said believes privacy is a fundamental human right and that it will comply with the act in California as well as across the US. The company said it is also working with enterprise customers to help them comply with the California law.

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