Comments on: Time to consider which jurisdiction your data is stored in https://privasectech.com/time-to-consider-which-jurisdiction-your-data-is-stored-in/ Wed, 13 Nov 2019 18:34:16 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.4.2 By: It’s time to think about jurisdictional data sovereignty | Kris Constable's digital log https://privasectech.com/time-to-consider-which-jurisdiction-your-data-is-stored-in/comment-page-1/#comment-958 Thu, 28 Mar 2019 00:21:42 +0000 https://privasectech.com/?p=505#comment-958 […] This means you can no longer trust Australian employees capable of this, or Australian software. I professionally brought up jurisdictional sovereignty last year when explaining that the new US CLOU… which states […]

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By: A few more Facebook groups and pages | Kris Constable's digital log https://privasectech.com/time-to-consider-which-jurisdiction-your-data-is-stored-in/comment-page-1/#comment-921 Thu, 03 Jan 2019 01:27:24 +0000 https://privasectech.com/?p=505#comment-921 […] private message you make there — you should assume will be public within 5 years. It is an American tech company bound by the US CLOUD Act, and already has a long history of giving up access to your […]

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By: Time to retire your old American tech company email service | Kris Constable's digital log https://privasectech.com/time-to-consider-which-jurisdiction-your-data-is-stored-in/comment-page-1/#comment-920 Tue, 01 Jan 2019 09:44:13 +0000 https://privasectech.com/?p=505#comment-920 […] new email address. I’ve also previously written why you should leave fastmail (Australian) or gmail/hotmail/yahoo (American). If you have a custom domain name, like krisconstable.com, you can even pay a few dollars and use […]

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By: Removing Australia and Australians from the online world | Kris Constable's digital log https://privasectech.com/time-to-consider-which-jurisdiction-your-data-is-stored-in/comment-page-1/#comment-894 Wed, 12 Dec 2018 01:28:57 +0000 https://privasectech.com/?p=505#comment-894 […] a few months after the US CLOUD Act, which forced my companies to stop hiring American developers, and using any American tech service […]

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