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The hazy cloud - legal challenges for delivering cloud computing in China

19 July 2011

GMC Quarterly

Andrew McGinty explores the nascent cloud computing environment in China.

Cloud computing in China: China lacks a specific law on cloud computing, but many related laws may be triggered by cloud computing services conducted in China, including laws on encryption, data protection, imported software and content controls.

Read the full article 'The hazy cloud - legal challenges for delivering cloud computing in China'.

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