Saturday, May 26, 2012

White paper compares government access to cloud data in ten jurisdictions

In the last week, law firm Hogan Lovells released a very interesting white paper on government access to cloud data across ten jurisdictions, mainly focused on debunking many of the myths associated with the USA Patriot Act. The white paper was released in association with a Round Table on Government Access to Data with European policy makers at the Openforum Academy.

More information is available at the Hogan Lovells Chronicle of Data Protection: Hogan Lovells White Paper on Governmental Access to Data in the Cloud Debunks Faulty Assumption That US Access is Unique : HL Chronicle of Data Protection.

Here's the white paper: A Global Reality: Governmental Access to Data in the Cloud -- A comparative analysis of ten international jurisdictions.

1 comment:

  1. The way that the NCAA operates is destined to change down the road due to a class-action lawsuit filed by former college basketball players.