KASPER­SKY MOVES TO ‘NEU­TRAL’ SWITZER­LAND

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Kasper­sky has said it will move some of its op­er­a­tions from Moscow to Switzer­land in a bid to in­crease trans­parency over how it han­dles cus­tomers’ data. Last year, the US and UK gov­ern­ments banned state de­part­ments from us­ing Kasper­sky soft­ware, cit­ing fears it could be abused by the Krem­lin. The com­pany has con­sis­tently de­nied any con­nec­tion with the Rus­sian state. It said it chose Switzer­land for its “pol­icy of neu­tral­ity” and dat­apro­tec­tion laws.

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