Cloudflare has certified with the U.S. Department of Commerce for the new EU-U.S. Privacy Shield framework. Beginning this summer, the U.S. Department of Commerce began accepting submissions to certify under the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield framework, a new mechanism by which European companies can transfer personal data
CloudFlare protects over 4 million Internet properties using our global network which spans 86 cities across 45 countries. Running this network give us a unique vantage point to track the evolving cost of bandwidth around the world.
Hello from the Mile High City! Denver is our twelfth data center in the United States, and our 82nd data center globally, improving regional web performance. Denver Tech Scene Near the iconic Rocky Mountains, Denver brews more [beer](http://blogs.denverpost.com/beer/2013/03/18/craft-brewing-continues-to-surge-producing-15-more-beer-and-1-5-billion-more-sales-in-2012/9074/) than any
Four thousand miles (6,400 kilometers) separate CloudFlare’s latest two data centers: Oslo (#75) and Minneapolis (#76). Oslo In Oslo, we have now built our third data center in Scandinavia. This joins our existing facilities in Stockholm and Copenhagen. With a data center in Norway, we recognize an important
Three years and 46 data centers later our expansion returns to the United States. Phoenix, the latest addition to the CloudFlare network, is our 11th point of presence in North America, and the start of our effort to further regionalize traffic across the continent. This means faster page loads and