German dis-'Like' prompts ridicule, presages more EU restrictions on web services

U.S. companies already threading mazes to move data will have an even more convoluted path.

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EU laws are already moving in that direction, though none are that extreme. As data and corporate data infrastructures become more virtualized, however, Europe's move toward more controls based on specific geographic rules and boundaries is bound to get more difficult and expensive.

So even if dis-"like" did come out of some peculiarly repressive Prussian thing, dislike of Facebook and business plans built on making money from other people's private information apparently is not, however much snotty, Teutonophobic abuse flows toward Jutland for banning the button.

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