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February 07, 2013

Is the Government Spying on Data Stored in the Cloud?

Lieberman Software just released a study claiming that 48 percent of IT and cloud experts fear government snooping in the virtual environment.

Philip Lieberman, Lieberman Software’s president and CEO, stated that the key issues for these experts were data security, cloud legislation and government surveillance.

“IT managers do not want governments snooping around in their corporate data. If a government or official body wanted to see what data a company was holding in the cloud, the cloud host involved would be legally obliged to provide them with access,” Lieberman explained... Read More


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