Seven questions to ask when evaluating a cloud supplier

The WHIR has published an interesting article by David Snead, a lawyer whose practice is focused on internet infrastructure providers. Snead just finished work on a study of cloud computing services for the European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA) and his focus is on legal risks. He says any provider should be able to […]

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FindLaw Technologist: Liability in Twittergate and Remote Storage DVR Case

Technologist, the FindLaw Technology Blog, maintains a section on Cloud Computing. As of October 11, 2009, there are two cases discussed. Determining Liability in Twittergate, the case surrounding a hacker who broke into the Google DOCs accounts of Twitter executives and then emailed them to news outlets. TechCrunch published them. The U.S. Supreme Court rejected […]

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