Denmark bans Chromebooks and Google Workspace in schools over data transfer risks – TechCrunch
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Denmark is effectively banning Google’s services in schools, after officials in the municipality of Helsingør were last year ordered to carry out a risk assessment around the processing of personal data by Google. In a verdict published last week, Denmark’s data protection agency, Datat…

Makes sense. Google isn’t a trustworthy company.

SudoDnfDashY
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Holy fucking shit, this is so great.

krolden
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Nice.

Something I never understood about using gogole for schools is that you have to have a constant internet connection which many in rural (and even urban) USA don’t have. Why not just make it downloadable instead?

Good. In the meantime my GP asked me to send my medical data to theirs @gmail.com address… long way to go.

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sadly, for most people email = gmail. you use a different domain and they look at you in a weird way.

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