Apple unveils iCloud data centre in China as cyber laws tightened

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In case the users of the iCloud are not able to download the photos or the users get stuck in doing so , then the users may take help of the iCloud Customer Service for getting the right help from the technical experts available for helping the users. The finger also has been pointed at Moscow for interference in the recent French elections, and Germany's domestic security watchdog warned last week that the country would likely face Russian cyberattacks heading into September's general election.

"The addition of this data centre will allow us to improve the speed and reliability of our products and services while also complying with newly passed regulations," Apple said in a statement to Reuters. The images are said to include photos of the newly engaged socialite at a fitting for her wedding dress, naked shots of her fiancé, as well as pictures of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge sharing private family moments with their children Prince George and Princess Charlotte Other foreign firms that oversee cloud businesses, including Amazon.

com Inc and Microsoft Corp, already have data centres in China. (Reporting by Cate Cadell; Writing by Brenda Goh; Editing by Himani Sarkar and Christopher Cushing) The seller was apparently keen to sell in America because of UK privacy laws. In an email the suspect told the Daily Mail: "Due to current climate on privacy laws in the UK I'm intending a quick US sale but would at least give you a heads-up," the seller added.

"This is obviously a vast source of info and pictures that I neither want nor intend to keep in my possession very long." The six-month-old administration of US President Donald Trump has been dogged by allegations that his candidacy benefitted from Russian hacking aimed at discrediting his campaign opponent Hillary Clinton. Apple is the first foreign firm to announce amendments to its data storage for China following the implementation of a new cyber-security law on June 1 that requires foreign firms to store data within the country.

Police investigating claims that Pippa Middleton's iCloud account was hacked have arrested a 35-year-old man, it has been reported. Specialist officers launched an investigation following reports that 3,000 private images were stolen from the socialite's account. BEIJING, July 12 (Reuters) - Apple Inc on Wednesday said it is setting up its first data centre in China, in partnership with a local internet services company, to comply with tougher cyber-security laws introduced last month.

Apple has unveiled plans to build a data centre in China to store its local Bypass Icloud Activation Lock Download customers' personal details, marking the first such move by a foreign technology firm following the imposition of strict new cyber-security laws in the country. In April, China also announced a law requiring businesses transferring over 1,000 gigabytes of data outside China to undergo yearly security reviews, with potential blocks on exporting economic, technological and scientific data. The new laws come as Chinese cloud firms are expanding rapidly in foreign markets.

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd has 17 data centres across China, the United States, Europe, Australia, Southeast Asia and the Middle East.

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