Bookmark the 30th June, ladies and gentlemen, as I formally invite you to join ZDNet in a live webcast detailing the effects of the United States' counter-terrorism laws on Europe's cloud infrastructure and further afield.
My research focused on the the effect that the USA PATRIOT Act has on businesses, industries and universities outside of the United States, primarily in Europe. It took just shy of a year to research and write (and legalese), and is well over 8,000 words spread across five posts.
It's a great deal to take in -- I will grant you that.
So, in the hope that this work can be as available to as many as possible, join both myself and David Gewirtz, ZDNet's Government columnist, in a live webcast.
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Whether you are a chief officer, a university official, a business or even an ordinary citizen such as myself, this webcast is for you.
The United States is home to the world's largest technology companies -- like Apple, Google, and Microsoft. Offering cloud services from simple storage to complex web applications, vast quantities of data enter and leave the U.S. each day.
But data held in European datacenters, protected by strict EU data laws, may still be vulnerable to government inspection by U.S. authorities.
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