Where do you put it?

What does where you store it say about the information you store?  When are the restrictions of the new storage location outweighed by the risks posed by the alternative storage locations?

Apple Will Store Data At New Sites In Europe,” Wall Street Journal, February 24, 2015 B1.  Despite the burdens of EU privacy law on collecting, storing, processing, and transferring personal information, Apple sets up two data centers in Europe.

Is this Apple’s commitment to privacy or a response to Edward Snowden?

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