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Do you process EU personal data using US cloud services such as AWS, Azure, or GCP?
To clarify, does your company use a Third Party SaaS service that in turn uses one of the top US Cloud companies (AWS, Azure, GCP)?

If it does, you should answer YES to the question above. Also, just because you may be using a local EU location for one of these cloud providers, if a US company is the parent company of the cloud provider, you should answer YES to the question above,

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Do you provide anyone outside of the EU / EEA / Equivalency Countries with remote access to your EU personal data for business processing purposes? For example, for follow-the-sun analytics, AI or ML processing or support.
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