A revised version of the EU Cloud Code of Conduct was published earlier this month. It is the latest version of a code of conduct developed by the cloud computing industry and has been put forward as helping cloud service providers to meet their obligations under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
However, the code will only be truly relied upon to show effective GDPR compliance if it is approved by data protection authorities. To-date, none of the other codes the cloud industry has developed have had that approval.
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