What Rules Apply to Government Access to Data Held by US Cloud Service Providers
Lately, purchasers of cloud services have expressed concern about the idea that the U.S. government might be able to have access to data stored outside the United States by a provider of cloud services that is a subsidiary of a U.S. company. They point to the USA PATRIOT Act as the magic wand that allows the U.S. government unrestricted access to any data, anywhere, any time. In fact, the actual impact of the USA PATRIOT Act in this context is negligible.
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