Microsoft: Google likely to face questions on ads


AP Business Writer

Smith laid out his vision of what regulatory changes are needed to keep pace with a shift toward cloud computing - where software services are used online, on-demand, instead of stored on a user's computer.

He said that calls for new thinking on data privacy, saying ultimately a global treaty on data protection or free trade agreements may be needed to govern the constant data transfers across the world that will be part of cloud computing.

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