Can somebody explain if Storj or Tardigrade can be compliant to Cloud Act?
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Cloud Act is a US law
You can check this link: https://storj.io/terms-of-use/ regarding Cloud Act.
Storj is fully compliant with the Cloud Act if they
“provide stored data for a customer or subscriber on any server they own and operate when requested by warrant, but provides mechanisms for the companies or the courts to reject or challenge these if they believe the request violates the privacy rights of the foreign country the data is stored in.”
The fact that the requesting agency will at best just get rather a long list of blocks held on third party nodes that are not “servers own and operate” by storj will be the start of the headaches for the requesting agency.
The other complication for any requesting agency is that Storj operates a Warrant Canary