A FILE PHOTO of Microsoft logo, is displayed ahead of the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, February 24, 2019. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Microsoft said on Monday it was the update to the privacy provisions of the commercial cloud contracts, European regulatory authorities are concerned with the institutions of the European Union, has failed to protect the data in accordance with european union law.
The european union agency for fundamental rights in the EU’s data watchdog, opened an investigation in April, in order to assess whether the type of contract with the European Commission and other EU institutions have complied with the rules on data protection. This is a concern about compliance in October this year.
In a statement on its website addressing the issue, Microsoft said, “We’re going to increase the protection of its responsibilities to a sub-set of the processing, and that Microsoft is working on it when we can provide enterprise services.”
The company is the only major cloud provider to provide such of the terms used in the European Economic Area and beyond, are expected to deliver the new arrangements in the public sector, and commercial clients in the beginning of the year 2020.
Reporting to the Marine End; Editing by Edmund Blair