After a ruling at the end of last year, the regulations for US businesses storing your data in the 'Cloud' may be changing.
EU regulations require that its citizens' personal data must be stored in places that provide adequate privacy protection.
To keep the wheels of industry running smoothly, an agreement called 'Safe Harbour' was brokered between the EU and US firms that allowed them to 'self-certify' that protection, and loads of companies took advantage of it.
But in October 2015, the EU decided that Safe Harbour was invalid. Cue much negotiating for a new deal and policy changes at many of the big companies.
At this point, no new deal is in place, so what happens?