Feature request for compliance - allow Canadian customers to store Adobe cloud-hosted data/content in AWS's Canadian servers
My feature request is specifically related to Adobe's use of Amazon Web Services to store the identity management details (first name, last name, email address) that a named user account requires to have registered with Adobe. My request is to leverage AWS regional location capabilities to store the data and content in AWS Canada's servers for Adobe's Canadian customers. My business has been advised that release of new serialized versions of Acrobat (and some other Adobe products) will end in 2018, and that I am to move to named user licensing. My organization is public sector and located in British Columbia, which has strict privacy legislation, known as FIPPA, which under section 30.1 states "A public body must ensure that personal information in its custody or under its control is stored only in Canada and accessed only in Canada..." (see http://www.bclaws.ca/civix/document/id/complete/statreg/96165_03#section30.1). It is unclear to me if I can remain FIPPA-compliant as an Adobe customer once I am required to leverage named user licensing to access new versions of Adobe software. Thank you for your consideration. Please contact me to discuss further.
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