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After the Schrems II ruling in July of this year, Microsoft has probably had some thoughts. With immediate effect, the company wants to defend itself against or contest inquiries by the US authorities and, in case of doubt, pay damages to those affected.
Not for private customers
However, the improved measures of Microsoft concerning only corporate customers and customers from the public sector, private customers are excluded from the changes. Basically Microsoft is changing the access to the data. Whenever the US authorities want to access data of Microsoft customers, the company wants to contest this. If the authorities do attempt to access the data, the customers will be compensated. Microsoft sees this as a protective measure for customers who have to transfer their data from the EU. The changes will be implemented with immediate effect and included in the contracts. The Group is convinced that its measures are in line with data protection requirements. However, this does not...

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