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Security in the Cloud, Your Protection May Be Under Your Control

One of the major reasons for the trepidation with moving to the cloud is security. Data security breaches have garnered a lot of attention in the media and rightly so. Breaches are expensive to remedy and, if the breach involved … Continue reading

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The Internet, Cloud Computing, and the Charter Right to Privacy: The Effect of Terms of Service Agreements on Reasonable Expectations of Privacy

The use of the internet as a tool in the commission of crime has given rise to new search and seizure issues. When individuals use the internet, their personal information may be transmitted to various online service providers, such as … Continue reading

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Europe Turns to the Cloud – lawmakers review E.U. data privacy laws

by Sara M. Langston with the blog faculty Source: NY Times Data privacy laws in Europe restrict the transfer of information about individuals outside the 27-country European Union. That had prevented many companies on the Continent from moving to the … Continue reading

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The Four Horseman of the Apocalypse, Class of 2011: The Cloud

The first in a series of columns exploring today's Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, circa 2011: The cloud; data security in the new world of recreational hacking; IP v.6; and the new rules for gTLDs, a quartet that keeps in-house … Continue reading

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Data Security in the Cloud

It didn't take long for the lawsuits to start after Sony notified 77 million PlayStation Network and Qriocity online service customers that their credit-card data, billing addresses, and other personal information might have been stolen. On April 27th, Johns v. … Continue reading

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