Microsoft has published its twice-yearly Privacy Report. It outlines options for users to manage and control their data, opening new data centres in a number of countries and supports “meaningful data protection and privacy regulation.” Microsoft said the outlined work is in response to several notable trends, including the need for greater control over data by individuals and organisations, increased privacy laws around the world, and data localisation calls from governments and businesses.
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