Yes this is very true, especially in the EU right now. I feel however, that these groups will have to start to realise that these rules apply to insecure whole data files. This is the problem they have and ties right into our core philosophy here of do not secure the server, secure the data itself. Then the problem "moves" from data readability (logical security) to one of retrievability. In retrievability a good solution is to spread the chunks far and wide plus replication.
It will be interesting to see how this philosophy leaks into the mainstream, I think it will take a while, but we (maidsafe and others) can benefit from translating this knowledge/philosophy to the companies and governments. Imagine going ot some gov and saying, "imagine you had no servers, then who would be able to attack you with cyber warfare?" It may be not only profitable, but from some perspective like EU where their goal is protect peoples data, it all may change to, we must store chunks worldwide.
Then take this philosophy to developing countries and tell them not only the above story, but perhaps more importantly these people do not need to develop costly and eco unfriendly data centers.
Of course none of us know and this is a step change so we all have loads of work to do, but we have an almighty compelling story for folk to consider.