Cloudy Jurisdiction: Addressing the thirst for Cloud Data in Domestic Legal Processes

Internet Governance Forum - Baku 2012

Workshop Report on Cloudy Jurisdiction: Addressing the Thirst for Cloud Data in Domestic Legal Processes

This report discuss the means by which privacy protection can be assured in an environment that exists in many jurisdictions at once and, hence, is subject to legal access by a wide variety of state entities. The panel was divided into two parts, the first focused on highlighting challenges to surveillance problems posed by the cloud, while the second focused on solutions. The hope was to adopt a practical, problem-solving attitude to these issues. This workshop was organized by the Samuelson-Glushko Canadian Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic (CIPPIC), University of Ottawa (Canada) and Electronic Frontier Foundation.

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