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You're about to gouda major change in Microsoft cloud security after Redmond agrees to go Dutch on data

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Dontcha mean..

Julie Brill, Mirosoft chief privacy officer and corporate VP for global privacy and regulatory affairs, explained.

Don't you mean "privvy officer"?

"As a processor, Microsoft ensures the integrity and safety of customer data, but that data itself is owned, managed and controlled by the customer."

Coz you know that's all a load of crap.

MS will 'check the integrity' by going through it with a fine-tooth comb, and will ensure it's safety by snaffling a copy of it for as long as they can possibly manage to keep it and give anyone trying to remove their data the run around.

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