Despite concerns over data transfers to the U.S., France's Council of State will not call for a suspension of the country's Health Data Hub, which is under contract with Microsoft. Even though there is still a risk of U.S. intelligence services requesting health data, the council's judge determined it does not justify the temporary suspension of the platform. The judge called on France's data protection authority, the Commission nationale de l'informatique et des libertés, to ensure any use of the platform is necessary. The CNIL said it will take on this role while working with public authorities on long-term solutions.
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