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EPIC Petitions for a Closer Look at the Cloud – Privacy Group Asks the FTC to Investigate Google Cloud Computing for Inadequate Safeguards and Unfair and Deceptive Trade Practices

The Electronic Privacy Information Center (“EPIC”) recently filed a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) accusing Google of failing to implement adequate privacy and data security safeguards and engaging in unfair and deceptive trade practices related to its “cloud computing” services.… Continue Reading

Privacy Issues When “Computing in the Cloud”

When a company is considering using cloud computing in its IT infrastructure, there are some privacy issues that need to be addressed. While the value of cloud computing certainly holds much promise, companies wishing to make the leap into the cloud would be well advised to consider the potential privacy issues.  Cloud computing, in its … Continue Reading
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