The US wants to decide where your data is stored

In recent times we’ve had some wins for internet freedom and electronic privacy. The NSA had its surveillance powers curtailed significantly, Apple and Google enabled encryption by default and large companies have moved to block out surveillance by encrypting data center traffic. That may all be undone, soon, if the US has its way with the secret ‘Trade in Services Agreement” (TTIP) which is currently being negotiated. The agreement involves many countries. As well as the US, the European Union, Canada, Australia and 21 other nations are part of the process. Wikileaks has revealed a tranche of documents related to TTIP, with drafts and additional notes…

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