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State Department Issues Advisory Opinion on Cloud Computing
The requesting company has posted a redacted version of the advisory opinion here, and the State Department has posted its clarification of the opinion – emphasizing the narrow scope of the opinion and taking issue with the company’s initial press release characterizing the opinion –here. Given the agency’s public objection to the company’s original interpretation of the advisory opinion, exporters that use cloud-based services will need to continue to be very cautious about the storage of ITAR data on cloud-based servers and should consider seeking guidance from the State Department on these issues.
Read our Export Controls Alert on the advisory opinion here.
This post was originally published on the Hogan Lovells Focus on Regulation blog.
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