How would mandatory laws affect cloud customers?
lbloom 2 years ago
Police officers are pressuring politicians to increase the amount of time that internet providers have to hold onto logs of customer activity, in order to help law enforcement track down criminals even years after alleged crimes had been committed.
How would this affect your company's log retention policies? Would these laws apply to any company who has a website? If you migrate your companies servers to the cloud, would they all fall under the same jurisprudence?
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