Related items for Data Protection Reform, The Cloud, and Millard
- Governmental Access to Cloud Data: A Response (08/08/2013)
Judith Rauhofer responds to the article ‘A Global Reality: Governmental Access to Cloud Data’
- A Global Reality: Governmental Access to Data in the Cloud (07/08/2013)
Quentin Archer, Winston Maxwell and Christopher Wolf summarise the key findings from a recent analysis of the powers of governments to access data held in the Cloud
- Cloud Computing vs Traditional Outsourcing – Key Differences (05/10/2012)
Kuan Hon and Christopher Millard particularise the many faces of cloud computing and warn of the dangers of pretending that each matches old outsourcing profiles when determining how to regulate.
- A Balanced Approach to the Cloud (03/08/2012)
Eduardo Ustaran considers the data protection conundrums that cloud computing throws up and argues for a positive approach from regulators that recognises future realities
- In Defence of the Cloud (04/10/2011)
Eduardo Ustaran shares his views on the reported tension between EU data protectionists and the Cloud.
- Navigating the Cloud: Solutions for a Cloud Computing Age (16/11/2010)
Dervish Tayyip identifies the key problems for cloud computing from an IT lawyer’s perspective and suggests a number of attainable solutions. These are his personal views and not those of Microsoft for whom he is head of UK Legal.
- The iPad, the Cloud and Data Protection (06/08/2010)
Jon Bloor thinks that the enthusiastic reaction of many lawyers to the iPad may have to be tempered by a cool reflection on the dangers for data security that its adoption may entail.
- Cloud Busting (08/10/2009)
Wim Nauwelaerts & Pauline Le Bousse explain why cloud computing requires a new approach to data privacy and security.
- Learning to Trust Cloud Computing (16/02/2009)
Bridget Treacy analyses how over-regulation and concern over data privacy may keep the cloud from rising high
- Data Protection Proliferation in the Asia-Pacific (06/12/2013)
Janine Regan contemplates the rising importance attached to data protection in many countries in the Asia-Pacific region
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