Putting customers in control of their data
Microsoft commits to making sure that our products comply with the General Data Protection Regulation, and we extend GDPR's Data Subject Rights to all our consumer customers around the world.
Ensuring the free flow of information
Julie Brill addresses data protection and privacy commissioners in Hong Kong on why the free flow of information helps everyone benefit from technology.
We put users in control of their privacy with easy-to-use tools and clear choices.
We respect local privacy laws and fight for the protection of users' privacy as a fundamental human right.
We're transparent about data collection and use so users can make informed decisions.
No content-based targeting
We don't use email, chat, files, or other personal content to target ads.
We protect the data that users entrust to us through strong security and encryption.
When we do collect data, we use it to benefit you and your experiences.
Access more information on our privacy principles, the common categories of data we collect, and additional links to product and service-specific privacy information and controls.
The Microsoft privacy statement explains what personal data we collect from users and how we use it.
Microsoft Trust Center
The Trust Center provides enterprise and business customers information on how Microsoft protects their data across our cloud services, including how we can help organizations comply with GDPR.
A Cloud for Global Good
Our policy roadmap covers a range of policy areas and provides a comprehensive set of recommendations and considerations mapped to a trusted, responsible, and inclusive cloud.
From individuals to enterprise businesses, we’re committed to helping our customers get secure—and stay secure—in a world of persistent cyberthreats.
The Microsoft Secure blog is the place to go for in-depth articles on our products and services, as well as tips and recommendations for improving security in your organization.