Speaking in Tech: What do you MEAN, US court can demand OFFSHORE public cloud data?
There was an agreement. It rhymes with schmafe rarbour
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They chat about the recent surprising ruling by a US District Court that Microsoft has been told that it must hand over email details to an unnamed law enforcement agency, even though that data is held offshore. They also discuss a variety of other topics, all indexed by start time in minutes and seconds so you can skip right to the part that interests you.
This week they discuss...
- You know you've picked the right partner when you have whiteboards in your living room (1:30)
- Quality of of market research (5:40)
- US court rules that off shore public cloud data subject to search (11:30)
- Data control is why Private Clouds exist (15:53)
- Changes at Google risk brand loyalty (20:10)
- The era of stand alone apps (28:16)
- Engineer vs user experience design (32:45)
- A bubble waiting to burst: Bezos loses $2.8B in one day (36:05)
- Amazon's desktop-as-a-science-project (38:12)
- OpenStack Summit around the corner (47:00)
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