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Title Cloud computing law / edited by Christopher Millard.

Published Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2013.


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Law  KN 347.43 CLOU    AVAILABLE
 UniM Bail  343.0999 CLOU    AVAILABLE
Physical description xix, 416 pages ; 24 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Machine generated contents note: I.CLOUD COMPUTING ESSENTIALS -- Introduction -- 1.Cloud Technologies and Services / Christopher Millard -- 1.What Is Cloud Computing? -- 2.Cloud Computing Resources and Technologies -- 3.Cloud Supply Chain: Key Concepts -- 4.Concluding Remarks -- 2.Control, Security, and Risk in the Cloud / Christopher Millard -- 1.Introduction -- 2.Confidentiality -- 3.Integrity -- 4.Availability -- 5.Control and Flexibility in Practice -- 6.Cloud Services and Commercial Arrangements, Contractual Structures, and the IT Channel -- 7.Insurance as a Tool for Managing Cloud Risks -- 8.Concluding Remarks -- II.CLOUD COMPUTING TRANSACTIONS -- Introduction -- 3.Standard Contracts for Cloud Services / Ian Walden -- 1.Introduction -- 2.Classifying Cloud Services and Cloud Provider ToS Documents -- 3.Categorizing and Analysing Terms -- 4.Practical Findings -- 5.Conclusions -- 4.Negotiated Contracts for Cloud Services / Ian Walden -- 1.Introduction --
Contents note continued: 2.Methodology and Scope -- 3.Cloud Providers' Perspectives -- 4.Cloud Users' Perspectives -- 5.Cloud Contract Terms: Detailed Analysis -- 6.Concluding Remarks -- 5.Public Sector Cloud Contracts / Ian Walden -- 1.Introduction -- 2.Background -- 3.Which Cloud Computing Services? -- 4.Contractual Structure -- 5.G-Cloud Security---A&A -- 6.CloudStore -- 7.Gi Contractual Documents -- 8.After Gi -- 9.Making Contracts Cloud-appropriate? -- 6.Ownership of Information in Clouds / Alan Cunningham -- 1.Introduction -- 2.User Content Stored and Processed in the Cloud -- 3.Information Generated in the Cloud by the Provider -- 4.Using the Cloud to Distribute Content -- 5.Open Content -- 6.Problems of Infringing Content -- 7.Collaboration in the Cloud -- 8.IP Rights of Cloud Providers -- 9.Conclusion -- III.PROTECTION OF PERSONAL DATA IN CLOUDS -- Introduction -- 7.What is Regulated as Personal Data in Clouds? / Ian Walden -- 1.Introduction -- 2.̀Personal Data' --
Contents note continued: 3.Anonymization and Pseudonymization -- 4.Data Fragmentation -- 5.Provider's Ability to Access Data -- 6.The Way Forward? -- 7.Concluding Remarks -- 8.Who is Responsible for Personal Data in Clouds? / Ian Walden -- 1.Introduction and Scope -- 2.Controllers and Processors---General Concepts -- 3.Cloud Users -- 4.Cloud Providers -- 5.Three Proposals for Reform -- 9.Which Law(s) Apply to Personal Data in Clouds? / Christopher Millard -- 1.Introduction -- 2.Jurisdiction, Applicable Law, and Data Protection Law -- 3.Cloud Computing and the Long-arm Reach of EU Data Protection Laws -- 4.Cloud Service Provider as Processor---Local Obligations -- 5.An Alternative Approach: Targeting/Directing -- 6.Conclusion and Recommendations -- Appendix---Practical Application---Use of EEA Data Centres -- 10.How Do Restrictions on International Data Transfers Work in Clouds? / Christopher Millard -- 1.Introduction -- 2.Data Export Restriction --
Contents note continued: 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.Introduction -- 2.Forensic Challenges in the Cloud -- 3.Exercising LEA Powers -- 4.Convention Measures -- 5.International Cooperation -- 6.European Criminal Procedure -- 7.LEA--Service Provider Relations -- 8.Law Enforcement and Data Protection -- 9.Cloud-derived Evidence -- 10.Conclusion -- 12.Facilitating Competition in the Clouds / Laise Da Correggio Luciano -- 1.Introduction -- 2.Competition in the Cloud Computing Sector -- 3.Mechanisms within Competition Law -- 4.Demand-side Mechanisms --
Contents note continued: 5.Contract and Consumer Protection Law -- 6.Conclusions -- 13.Consumer Protection in Cloud Environments / Chris Reed -- 1.Introduction -- 2.The Consumer and the Cloud -- 3.Ex ante Consumer Protection Law -- 4.Ex post Consumer Protection Law -- 5.Standard Terms of Service: Issues for the Consumer -- 6.Conclusion -- 14.Cloud Governance: The Way Forward / Chris Reed -- 1.What Is Governance? -- 2.Governance, Legitimacy, and Effectiveness -- 3.The Route to Co-regulation -- 4.Governance Issues -- 5.Conclusion.
Other author Millard, Christopher J., 1959- editor.
Subject Computer networks -- Law and legislation.
Cloud computing.
Cloud computing -- Law and legislation.
ISBN 9780199671670 (hbk.) £75.00
9780199671687 (paperback) £34.95