I was fortunate to join privacy regulators and practitioners from around the world last week in Brussels to kick off our latest @Microsoft Conversations in Privacy panel discussion and deliver a keynote at the IAPP European Data Protection Congress. Head over to the Microsoft on the Issues blog where I share insights from my trip and highlight how this kind of engagement with privacy stakeholders helps Microsoft deliver the strong privacy protections customers expect.
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