Pittsburgh creative agency Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, has become a hotbed of creative cloud removal efforts.
The Pittsburgh City Council passed a resolution in September that banned the use of any cloud-based tools and services that do not have a license to do so.
The resolution stated, “It is the intent of this resolution to prohibit all cloud-service providers from using their cloud services without obtaining a license.”
The resolution was not an outright ban, but the city council stated that any cloud services that have no license would be considered illegal, and that anyone who used them would be liable for criminal charges.
The City Council’s action came after Pittsburg’s city manager received an email from a client who was using a cloud-storage service without a license, and it was discovered that the client was using the company’s personal data without the client’s permission.
The email said, “The user has no legal right to be able to access their personal information.
They are using the cloud to store information about the user without their consent.
The user should have no expectation of privacy.”
The city council’s resolution also prohibited any personal data retention.
The council said, In our city, we are a community where people work together to create, share, innovate, and innovate to make Pittsburgh a better place to live, work, and play.
By creating a safe, safe environment for all, we can be a place where all can flourish and thrive in a city that is diverse and multicultural.
The Council’s resolution was passed on a 3-2 vote, with two abstentions.
The move came after a lawsuit was filed against the City of Pittsburgh.
The city of Pittsburgh is facing the first of several lawsuits brought against it over the use and misuse of personal data.
In February, a lawsuit named the City as a defendant in two cases, one of which was filed by the Pittsburgh City Attorney’s office.
A month later, a case was filed in federal court, in which the city’s attorney said that the city has been violating federal privacy law since the early 2000s.
The suit claimed that the City’s use of personal information and the fact that it uses it to determine whether to hire or fire people violates federal law and federal privacy laws.
The lawsuit alleges that the company is not required to obtain a license for the cloud storage services it offers, and has not demonstrated that it has met its obligations under the law.
The case is scheduled to go to trial on May 20.
It is unclear if the city will appeal the court ruling.