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Who's responsible for personal data in cloud computing?

(ComputerworldUK) Cloud Vision Blog posted by Kuan Hon

A summary of the Cloud Legal Project at Queen Mary University London's papers on responsibility for personal data in the cloud is discussed in this posting.

Click here to read the ComputerworldUK blog post.

Click here to read the " 'Personal Data' in Cloud Computing - What Information is Regulated? The Cloud of Unknowing, Part 1" paper.

Click here to read the "Who is Responsible for 'Personal Data' in Cloud Computing? The Cloud of Unknowing, Part 2"

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