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 September 3, 2010  Featured News, Govt, Online

Melissa Ngo writes:

The federal Chief Information Officers Council has released a report (pdf) detailing recommendations for a cloud computing privacy framework. Cloud computing is when you upload, store and access your data at an online service owned or operated by others. Millions of consumers use cloud computing services such as Web-based e-mail, online photo or video databases, or Internet calendar services.

The lack of control of your data is a substantial problem, as is the question of the physical location of the data and which country’s laws your personal information are subject to.

Read more on Privacy Lives.

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