QMUL CLOUD LEGAL PROJECT
The Cloud Legal Research Project (CLP) aims to address the various aspects of the legal and regulatory status of cloud computing that will be essential to its successful development. The CLP research findings demonstrate thought leadership in several complex and difficult areas of law and regulation that are of vital importance to governments and businesses globally.
The multi-year project was started in October 2009 by members of the Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS) at Queen Mary, University of London with generous financial support from the Microsoft Corporation.
CCLS has extensive relevant expertise and experience and a leading reputation in all aspects of computer and communications law and regulation.
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QMUL Cloud Legal News
Stephen Bolinger’s article on The Privacy Advisor (IAPP) cites the research on Data Security and Multi-Factor Authentication by Elizabeth Kennedy and Christopher Millard, 25 August 2015
2 September 2015
Christopher Millard gave a keynote presentation on “Data Sovereignty, Data Flow, and International Jurisdiction in Cloud Computing” at the Interdisciplinary Cyber Research Workshop in Tallinn, Estonia, 18 July 2015
24 August 2015
Guido Noto La Diega to speak on the ‘British perspectives on the Internet of Things’ at the ‘Internet of Things: Legal Issues and Challenges towards a Hyperconnected World’ Conference, Honolulu (Hawaii), 26-29 November 2015
26 November 2015