Privacy is a human right.
We at Microsoft have enshrined a set of principles that ensure that we preserve this human right, protect this human right.
We ensure that when we use data it is to benefit the user.
We ensure that the user is always in control of their data and its use.
GDPR is a sound good regulation.
We've been working hard to ensure compliance with it by end of this month when it becomes in effect.
We have hundreds of engineers across the country building the compliance infrastructure.
In fact, we are going to help our customers who use our products and services get compliant.
But, we know this is just the starting point.
It is just like security, we are never going to be done.
We are going to continuously Commit ourselves to work to preserve privacy.
We need to ask ourselves not only what computers can do, but what computer should do?
That time has come.
We formed an ethics board inside the company which is.
A very diverse group of people who govern the products we build, the projects we engage in.
But beyond that you're also investing in tools because one of the key things that we have to do is put tools in the hands of developers.
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