As distrust mounts around the U.S. government’s data policies, Canada has become an attractive spot for companies to store data, The Globe and Mail reports. Global Relay Communications, a company that offers several data-based services, has been able to use the skepticism around the U.S. to expand into European markets. “European companies, if they had their choice, would prefer to store their data in Canada than in the United States,” Global Relay Founder Warren Roy said. University of Toronto Information Studies Professor Emeritus Andrew Clement said companies will continue to look at Canada as the U.S. government continues its “era of instability.”
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