Apple, Google and Microsoft clouds banned in schools in Germany

Privacy the issue.
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The Reichstagsgebäude, or Reichstag Building, in Berlin. Photo credit: Ben Mack

Germany has banned the use of cloud-based productivity suites/applications - such as those from Apple, Google and Microsoft - from schools.

The issue is privacy, which is taken very seriously in Germany.

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