Cloud Computing Law

Author: Christopher Millard
Editor: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 9780199671670
Size: 14,23 MB
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Building on innovative research undertaken by the 'Cloud Legal Project' at Queen Mary, University of London, this work analyses the key legal and regulatory issues relevant to cloud computing under European and English law.

Privacy And Legal Issues In Cloud Computing

Author: Anne S. Y Cheung
Editor: Edward Elgar Publishing
ISBN: 1783477075
Size: 12,69 MB
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Adopting a multi-disciplinary and comparative approach, this book focuses on emerging and innovative attempts to tackle privacy and legal issues in cloud computing, such as personal data privacy, security and intellectual property protection. Leading i

Private Power Online Information Flows And Eu Law

Author: Angela Daly
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1509900659
Size: 12,57 MB
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This monograph examines how European Union law and regulation address concentrations of private economic power which impede free information flows on the Internet to the detriment of Internet users' autonomy. In particular, competition law, sector specific regulation (if it exists), data protection and human rights law are considered and assessed to the extent they can tackle such concentrations of power for the benefit of users. Using a series of illustrative case studies, of Internet provision, search, mobile devices and app stores, and the cloud, the work demonstrates the gaps that currently exist in EU law and regulation. It is argued that these gaps exist due, in part, to current overarching trends guiding the regulation of economic power, namely neoliberalism, by which only the situation of market failure can invite ex ante rules, buoyed by the lobbying of regulators and legislators by those in possession of such economic power to achieve outcomes which favour their businesses. Given this systemic, and extra-legal, nature of the reasons as to why the gaps exist, solutions from outside the system are proposed at the end of each case study. This study will appeal to EU competition lawyers and media lawyers.

Data Localization Laws And Policy

Author: W. Kuan Hon
Editor: Edward Elgar Publishing
ISBN: 1786431971
Size: 10,91 MB
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Countries are increasingly introducing data localization laws, threatening digital globalization and inhibiting cloud computing adoption despite its acknowledged benefits. This multi-disciplinary book analyzes the EU restriction (including the Privacy Shield and General Data Protection Regulation) through a cloud computing lens, covering historical objectives and practical problems, showing why the focus should move from physical data location to effective jurisdiction over those controlling access to intelligible data, and control of access to data through security.

Thinking Out Cloud

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ISBN: 9780987532503
Size: 10,33 MB
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In the future, cloud computing will be the only choice for all businesses. The challenge for lawyers is to comprehend the risk and cost balancing act at the centre of cloud computing and advise clients in a manner that is suitable for their business. This book is a clause-by-clause "how to" practical and accessible guide covering the issues at stake when contracting in the cloud. It looks at the nature of cloud computing agreements and analyses the key commercial and contractual issues facing customers and suppliers. It includes negotiation tips, sample contract language, useful summaries and an invaluable contract checklist. This book is for both lawyers and businesspeople, including contract managers, procurement officers, corporate counsel and salespeople.

Encyclopedia Of Cloud Computing

Author: San Murugesan
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118821963
Size: 12,21 MB
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The Encyclopedia of Cloud Computing provides IT professionals, educators, researchers and students with a compendium of cloud computing knowledge. Authored by a spectrum of subject matter experts in industry and academia, this unique publication, in a single volume, covers a wide range of cloud computing topics, including technological trends and developments, research opportunities, best practices, standards, and cloud adoption. Providing multiple perspectives, it also addresses questions that stakeholders might have in the context of development, operation, management, and use of clouds. Furthermore, it examines cloud computing's impact now and in the future. The encyclopedia presents 56 chapters logically organized into 10 sections. Each chapter covers a major topic/area with cross-references to other chapters and contains tables, illustrations, side-bars as appropriate. Furthermore, each chapter presents its summary at the beginning and backend material, references and additional resources for further information.

It Laws In The Era Of Cloud Computing

Author: Xenofon Kontargyris
Editor:
ISBN: 9783848753628
Size: 18,39 MB
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This book documents the findings and recommendations of research into the question of how IT laws should develop on the understanding that today's information and communication technology is shaped by cloud computing, which lies at the foundations of contemporary and future IT as its most widespread enabler. In particular, this study develops on both a comparative and an interdisciplinary axis, i.e. comparatively by examining EU and US law, and on an interdisciplinary level by dealing with law and IT. Focusing on the study of data protection and privacy in cloud environments, the book examines three main challenges on the road towards more efficient cloud computing regulation: " understanding the reasons behind the development of diverging legal structures and schools of thought on IT law " ensuring privacy and security in digital clouds " converging regulatory approaches to digital clouds in the hope of more harmonised IT laws in the future.

Cloud Computing

Author: British Standards Institute Staff
Editor:
ISBN: 9780580822469
Size: 10,68 MB
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Internet, Data processing, Computers, Data, Computer software, Data storage protection, Data security, Civil law, Legal liability, Contracts, Legal documents, Consumer-supplier relations

Cybercrime And Cloud Forensics Applications For Investigation Processes

Author: Ruan, Keyun
Editor: IGI Global
ISBN: 1466626933
Size: 16,84 MB
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While cloud computing continues to transform developments in information technology services, these advancements have contributed to a rise in cyber attacks; producing an urgent need to extend the applications of investigation processes. Cybercrime and Cloud Forensics: Applications for Investigation Processes presents a collection of research and case studies of applications for investigation processes in cloud computing environments. This reference source brings together the perspectives of cloud customers, security architects, and law enforcement agencies in the developing area of cloud forensics.

Cloud Computing And Electronic Discovery

Author: James P. Martin
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118764307
Size: 18,75 MB
Format: PDF
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Explore the frontier of electronic discovery in the cloud Cloud Computing and Electronic Discovery comprehensively covers the quickly-evolving realm of eDiscovery in cloud computing environments, a computing and legal frontier in which the rules and legal precedents are being developed anew seemingly by the day. The book delves into this fascinating and rapidly-developing topic to prepare fraud investigators, legal professionals, forensic accountants, and executives understand the ramifications of storing data with third party providers and how such storage mechanisms relate to the limits of discovery practices. This up-to-date resource also includes a complete discussion of the few existing legal precedents and current cases that are shaping interpretation of discovery laws in the cloud space, a perfect overview for executives storing their companies' data in the cloud and the legal professionals tasked with understanding and interpreting the discovery rules surrounding that data. The book is comprehensive in scope and includes: An overview of current trends in cloud computing, including potential information that should be considered in an investigation that involves data held by a cloud service provider Updates on current and proposed laws governing discovery of information held by a third party cloud service provider Updates on legal cases that address the issues of the Electronic Communication Privacy Act, the Federal law prohibiting release of information by a third party provider Practical guidance on how to consider the availability of cloud data relevant to an investigation, and how to include this data in discovery plans For business, accounting, and legal professionals, Cloud Computing and Electronic Discovery is an invaluable resource for understanding the nuanced development of cloud eDiscovery policies, practices, and law as they continue to unfold and develop.