The ongoing complexities and issues related to data privacy and security that spans jurisdictions around the globe were explored in a recent Comment piece in the US print edition of the financial times.

In “Virtual sovereignty can help you govern data“, Andrew Burt (chief privacy officer at Immuta) and Craig Mundie (former chief research and strategy officer at Microsoft) highlight that there are several dynamics involved in determining sovereignty and so control over data. They include considering where the creator of the data existed at the time the data was formed. This location could very well differ to where the data is now stored. And finally the third aspect could be the location from from where the inquiry is being undertaken.

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