Related items for Data Protection Reform, The Cloud, and Millard
- 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: Facebook and the Right Kind of Establishment (22/03/2013)
Julia Hörnle looks at a German case concerning the application of EU data protection law to foreign service providers and similar questions arising elsewhere in the EU, all of which raise issues about what amounts to the right kind of establishment
- The Aerial Gaze: Regulating Domestic Drones in the UK (17/03/2013)
Lachlan Urquhart considers the various issues raised by drones
- Application of the DPA to Surveillance Activities (20/02/2013)
Julian Milford reports on the FTT’s decision on the data protection aspects of the dispute over the Southampton City Council decision to require licensed taxis to make audio-visual recordings of passengers
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