By Christopher Millard
Cloud computing, wherein software program, info processing, information garage and different key IT specifications are added as a provider through the web, is evolving swiftly. notwithstanding, while many corporations have gotten reliant on cloud assets, contracts for cloud companies usually include provisions which are irrelevant, unenforceable and/or unlawful. equally, the appliance of tested facts safety options to the garage and processing of data in cloud environments will be not easy, with primary uncertainties as to what's regulated, who's in charge, which legislation practice, and the conditions during which legislation enforcement gurus can receive entry to details. protecting the most important criminal and regulatory matters surrounding cloud computing, this paintings offers a useful research of this evolving quarter of legislation. themes coated contain contracts, facts possession and security, entry to info, pageant, and client safety in addition to an research of the benefits and downsides of governance versions for cloud computing, making this the main coherent and complete examine of the problems surrounding cloud computing legislation.
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W Kuan Hon and Christopher Millard 1. Introduction 2. Data Export Restriction 3. What Is a ‘Transfer’? Who Makes the Transfer? 4. Data Export Exceptions/Derogations 5. Ways to Meet the Adequacy Requirement 6. Possible Solutions for Cloud Computing 7. The Way Forward? Appendix—Practical Application of the Data Transfer Rules to Common Cloud Scenarios A. Private Cloud (Self-hosted) B. Using Provider IV. CLOUD REGULATON AND GOVERNANCE Introduction 11. Law Enforcement Access to Data in Clouds Ian Walden 1.
4. Data Export Exceptions/Derogations 5. Ways to Meet the Adequacy Requirement 6. Possible Solutions for Cloud Computing 7. The Way Forward? Appendix—Practical Application of the Data Transfer Rules to Common Cloud Scenarios A. Private Cloud (Self-hosted) B. Using Provider IV. CLOUD REGULATON AND GOVERNANCE Introduction 11. Law Enforcement Access to Data in Clouds Ian Walden 1. Introduction 2. Forensic Challenges in the Cloud 3. Exercising LEA Powers 4. Convention Measures 5. International Cooperation 6.
Indeed, it is probably for these qualities more than any other that the law is invoked on a daily basis as a source of stability in social and economic relationships. 2 Questions of how best to find an appropriate balance between certainty and flexibility, and between continuity and innovation, will resurface in this book. As we will see, while such issues may be intriguing at a theoretical level (to lawyers at least) they are often also of considerable practical importance. A different, and potentially more important, objection to the subject matter of this book might be that laws have limited geographical reach and the laws of specific jurisdictions cannot apply to activities that take place in virtual contexts like ‘clouds’.
Cloud Computing Law by Christopher Millard