AWS services are designed so that customers have control over their content, including where and how their content is stored and who has access to it. Easily create and control the keys used to encrypt your data. The GDPR does not change the AWS model of shared responsibility, which remains relevant to customers and APN partners who focus on using cloud computing services. The Shared Responsibility Model is a useful approach to illustrate the different responsibilities of AWS (as subcontractors or subcontractors) and SPG customers or partners (either as data controllers or as data processors) under the GDPR. AWS uses a shared responsibility model for security and compliance. In this case, AWS is globally responsible for backing up the underlying infrastructure used to deliver its cloud services, while retaining responsibility for all the data your storage stores in your AWS organization. . . .