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Cloud Computing Law

Christopher Millard

Abstract

This book examines in detail the legal implications of cloud computing. In essence, 'the cloud' is a way of delivering computing resources as a utility service via the Internet. It is evolving very rapidly with substantial investments being made in infrastructure, platforms, and applications, all delivered 'as a service'. The demand for cloud resources is enormous, driven by such developments as the deployment on a vast scale of mobile apps and the rapid emergence of 'Big Data'. The book explains what cloud computing is and how it works; analyses contractual relationships between cloud service ... More

Keywords: cloud computing, cloud resources, mobile apps, Big Data, cloud service providers, public sector cloud procurement, data ownership, personal data, consumer protection, data access

Bibliographic Information

Print publication date: 2021 Print ISBN-13: 9780198716662
Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: June 2021 DOI:10.1093/oso/9780198716662.001.0001

Authors

Affiliations are at time of print publication.

Christopher Millard, editor
Professor of Privacy and Information Law, Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary University of London

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1 Cloud Technologies and Services

W Kuan Hon, Christopher Millard, and Jatinder Singh

2 Control, Security, and Risk in the Cloud

W Kuan Hon, Christopher Millard, and Jatinder Singh

3 Standard Contracts for Cloud Services

Johan David Michels, Christopher Millard, and Felicity Turton*

4 Negotiated Contracts for Cloud Services

W Kuan Hon, Christopher Millard, Ian Walden, and Conor Ward*

6 Digital Assets in Clouds

Johan David Michels and Christopher Millard*

7 Consumer Protection in the Cloud

Chris Reed and Laura Edgar

8 Protection of Personal Data in Clouds and Rights of Individuals

Dimitra Kamarinou, Christopher Millard, and Felicity Turton*

9 Responsibilities of Controllers and Processors of Personal Data in Clouds

Dimitra Kamarinou, Christopher Millard, and Felicity Turton*

10 Regulation of International Data Transfers in Clouds

Ulrich Wuermeling and Isabella Oldani

11 Cybersecurity, Cloud, and Critical Infrastructure

Johan David Michels and Ian Walden*

12 Placing the State in the Cloud

Niamh Gleeson and Ian Walden

14 Facilitating Competition in the Cloud

Niamh Gleeson and Ian Walden

15 Cloud Computing, Standards, and the Law

Niamh Gleeson and Ian Walden

16 International Tax Implications of Cloud Computing

Vasiliki Koukoulioti and Chris Reed