A new study says the EU really shouldn’t be blocking US cloud giants

A new report has cast doubt on European Union (EU) insistence that cloud service providers have their head offices and global headquarters registered in the EU and that they store and process data in one of its 27 member states.

The European Union’s Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) Cloud Services (EUCS) system would theoretically eliminate the operations of many popular global companies in the EU, including Amazon, Google and Microsoft.

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