UK ‘complacent’ on data protection, OVH Cloud chief warns

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By Jess Jones The UK is being complacent in its approach to data protection, the boss of French cloud provider, OVH Cloud, has warned. Michel Paulin, who was appointed chief executive of the OVH group in 2018, has said the UK is showing more “complacency” around data protection compared to its European counterparts. “We see a rise in concerns in Europe – in Spain, in France, in Germany – and there are laws that have been passed by the European Commission,” he told City A.M.. “But in the UK it is an open bar. The UK government has signed an agreement where all data can be exported from the UK t…

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