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 One example where it is important to keep track of the spread of personal data, is in electronic handling and saving and storing of documents. **Working drafts containing personal data may, for example, only be stored on those [[cloud services]] online that are fulfilling the requirements of the DSF** by agreement. [[Box|LU Box]] and [[Office 365]] / [[OneDrive]] meets those requirements,​ but **not** [[Dropbox]],​ iCloud, and many other popular cloud services. Please see [[cloud services]] for a comparison. One example where it is important to keep track of the spread of personal data, is in electronic handling and saving and storing of documents. **Working drafts containing personal data may, for example, only be stored on those [[cloud services]] online that are fulfilling the requirements of the DSF** by agreement. [[Box|LU Box]] and [[Office 365]] / [[OneDrive]] meets those requirements,​ but **not** [[Dropbox]],​ iCloud, and many other popular cloud services. Please see [[cloud services]] for a comparison.
  
-In a very similar way, this also applies to other services that store personal data outside of the university. [[Doodle]], a free service for creating polls, stores personal data outside of the university and does not have a contract with the university, and is therefore **not** allowed from a personal data perspective.+In a very similar way, this also applies to other services that store personal data outside of the university. [[Doodle]], a free online ​service for creating polls, stores personal data outside of the university and does not have a contract with the university, and is therefore **not** allowed from a personal data perspective.
  
 It is okay to store personal data on servers owned by the university, such as the university [[SharePoint]] or [[explorer|file servers]] at your office or department, provided that the management of those data otherwise meets the requirements of the PUL. It is okay to store personal data on servers owned by the university, such as the university [[SharePoint]] or [[explorer|file servers]] at your office or department, provided that the management of those data otherwise meets the requirements of the PUL.
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