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cloud_storage [2014/02/25 14:55] (current)
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|+||There is a huge debate over who should own what when talking about cloud storage. When you put your data on a public cloud that is owned by a Cloud Service Provider, the information that you created is now public by technicality. The problem is that "cloud storage is owned and managed by an independent CSP, and there is a great risk of privacy infringement when confidential data is stored on such services" (Pervez 2012).\\|
|+||You can see that privacy might become an issue when you don't know where exactly your information is being sent; the owners of the Cloud Service Provider would be likely to have terms of agreement, and since you don't read it, who knows what rights they have over the information you send?|