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Watch Out: The Feds Want to Regulate The Cloud

August 4, 2011 No Comments

On June 16, the Brookings Institution, one of the oldest think tanks in Washington, D.C., hosted a panel on the proposals in the Cloud Computing Act of 2011. According to the institute, “Discussion included an overview of the international policy implications as governments and firms adjust to a coherent legal framework, changes and innovations in public procurement, and challenges for private industry as it balances consumer needs and compliance with these proposed cloud computing safeguards.”

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