Most Swedish companies and organizations have processes and routines for complying with the stricter EU legislation for the processing of personal data (GDPR) which was introduced on 25 May 2018. However, other aspects are at least as important to consider when a company chooses cloud service for storing, sharing, and collaborating with company files.
In the same year, 2018, on March 23, a new US law came into force, the CLOUD Act (Clarifying Overseas Use of Data), which means that US authorities must be given access to data stored on US cloud services, even if this is stored abroad, and that US cloud services can thus not refuse to disclose such data.
To achieve the requirements according to the GDPR, American cloud services have been forced to offer storage within the EU to Swedish companies. With the CLOUD Act, this means that US legislation applies to data stored at a US cloud service, even if it takes place within the EU, and it can be very expensive for a Swedish company to ignore these risks.
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