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USA Today
U.S. cloud providers could lose as much as $35 billion over the next three years as Europeans shy away from cloud services with suspect privacy safeguards
The Guardian
Some U.S. companies have indicated they have already lost business due to the PRISM revelations.
Forbes
Continued fallout from the PRISM revelations furthers fears of consumer backlash.
San Francisco Chronicle
ITIF predicts U.S. companies could lose 10%-20% of global cloud business over the next 3 years.
Bloomberg Businessweek
“Many foreign customers are now deciding whether the risks of storing data with a US company are worth the benefits," says Daniel Castro

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