I was most delighted when this case popped up in my feed today.
“The court noted for the purposes of hosting its data, Doctolib uses the services of the Luxemburg company AWS Sarl, the data is hosted in data centers located in France and in Germany, and the contract concluded between Doctolib and AWS Sarl does not provide for the transfer of data to the U.S. However, because it is a subsidiary of a company under U.S. law, the court considered AWS Sarl in Luxemburg may be subject to access requests by U.S. authorities in the framework of U.S. monitoring programs based on Article 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act or Executive Order 12333. “
Even so the court decided there were sufficient legal and technical safeguards to protect the data, and this was related to covid-19.
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Shall I make the same post here?
Yes, go for it!
We have the same thoughts 🙂 – https://www.linkedin.com/posts/tiazhelnikov_why-this-french-court-decision-has-far-reaching-activity-6777508694272819200-ox27