Using Google in the UK? Your data is about to move under U.S. jurisdiction thanks to Brexit.
Google is moving where it controls British user data from Ireland, where the company's Europe headquarters is located, back to the U.S. following Britain's exit from the EU.
The tech giant told Mashable that UK users will still be covered by the EU's fierce General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which has been in effect since May 2018, and that nothing would change in terms of privacy management....
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