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“If Ireland (and any other jurisdiction) is designated as a jurisdiction with inadequate enforcement, then every significant company operating here will be unable to process the data of customers in the United States, unless the company first obtains an export license from the US Department of Commerce,” according to Ryan. “Obtaining these licenses is difficult: these are the same restrictions that are applied to nuclear material,” he said.
Agreed. This policy seems contradictory to the goals of POPIA.Yes, there is a older thread. I am still against it, the state should never be allowed to be private data custodians in whichever capacity. It will be open to abuse and misappropriation.
As I asked in the other thread some time ago, do you trust the state with your data?
Software is IP and falls under property which means government will be able to expropriate software IP under EWC should EWC legislation go through.So if my company writes a piece of software code that the government would find useful does that mean the government wants co ownership and the right to use it?
Data will be useless to you unless you can force corporations to hand over their encryption keys. Almost everything is encrypted in one form or another.
Good luck with that. Going to be so far up **** creek with legal battles not even a map of the Milky Way Galaxy could guide you home again.
Simple solution really: Don`t deploy to Azure SA, deploy to a datacentre outside of SA. You can even let the replication have a copy of the data in Azure SA if need be, but the data is generated outside of SA.