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Cloud over US-Aus data sovereignty negotiations

by Jack Le Guay •
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The exponential growth in data generation and storage, increasingly abetted by global cloud hyperscalers, has led to the production of consolidated mountains of valuable evidence for law enforcement investigating cyber and real-life crimes.

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  • CLOUD Act
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  • data sovereignty
  • cyber crime
  • encryption law
  • data localisation
  • data globalisation