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German data protection authorities issue guidance on cloud computing

It has gone almost unnoticed that at a meeting 28-29 September 2011, the German data protection authorities with responsibility for the private sector approved detailed guidance on cloud computing. Although not legally binding, the guidance expresses the view of all German authorities in this field and therefore has de facto relevance for private companies that are subject to German data protection law.

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