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Daily Dashboard | French government approves cloud data storage Related reading: FISA Section 702 renewal bill clears procedural vote in US Senate



Members of France's government announced a plan to allow sensitive data storage in Google and Microsoft clouds under a data localization model, Reuters reports. Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire and Minister for Digital Affairs Cédric O outlined how cloud services from the U.S. Big Tech companies would be permissible if they were licensed to French companies. "We ... hope that other Franco-American alliances will emerge in this area, which will allow us to have the best technology while guaranteeing the independence of French data," O said.
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