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A Microsoft security guard was in the Netherlands almost killed the occupant of a data center

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Farmers in the Netherlands, whose number dwindles, don’t really like Microsoft data centers and other companies. Local councilor Lars Ruyter stepped up at the half-completed Microsoft data center in the Netherlands, which was built in the future as part of the global expansion of Microsoft Azure. Of course, with respect to emotions and not with good intentions, the security guard of the facility approached Ruiter and began to grab him in front of the throat.


We regret the interaction that was apparently a fact that occurred at the data center on campus, as apparently it involved one of Microsoft’s subcontractors, Microsoft said.

Ruiter describes his reaction as that: “At a time of the year we took the opportunity.”

As soon as I saw it coming, I had a load of adrenaline which made me laugh even more. I started to shake when I got back in the car. An American journalist who was with me believed that his reaction was excessively exaggerated. This security guard went on board!

The dispute revolves around building permits, which some residents think Microsoft unfairly received.

What is the principal purpose of the dispute between the farmers and the data center? The Netherlands has been cutting down on agriculture in recent years due to efforts to reduce nitrogen emissions four times the European average. As well as the number of data centers growing rapidly in India, the demand of services such as cloud computing needs, especially the power of servers and storage availability, as well as the location of the large network of data centers in the country. During this way, data centers spread across Europe. This isn’t directly related to the decrease in farms, but parallel events occurring, including on farm land, seem within human minds.

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Source: Windows Central.

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