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Australian university dumps Google for Microsoft over data hosting concerns

Peter Sayer | Oct. 1, 2015
Macquarie University is abandoning Google after the company said it would move the data to the US.

Access to Gmail is "restricted in some countries," she wrote, complicating life for staff traveling to those places, whether to recruit international students, collaborate with local academics, or visit Macquarie students abroad. The biggest market in which Google is restricted is China, a significant source of fee-paying international students for Macquarie.


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