Azure Data Residency and Azure storage queues & GDPR

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All Our Current Azure Workloads and SQL Databases are Located in the West-Europe region We want to create new Databases in US East, US West regions and want to use existing Azure Workloads, Just checking is violates the GDPR Compliance?

Also can we store East-US data in West-Europe based Azure storage queues for processing. will the azure storage queue be considered as persistent storage. if yes, can we switch to Azure service bus queues instead. Please let me know your suggestion or thoughts for the same?

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