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Cloud computing - John A Cerveny

  1. 1. Cloud Computing: Amazon Cloud, iCloud, Google Music & ZedivaThe What, Why, Huh and Uh-Oh?<br />John A Cerveny<br />2011FA ITP 808-1<br />September 29, 2011<br />
  2. 2. Cloud Computing?What you talkin ‘bout, Willis?<br />-A Not-So Common Understanding…<br /><ul><li>computing as a service rather than a product
  3. 3. shared resources, software, and information
  4. 4. provided to computers and other devices
  5. 5. as a utility (like the electricity grid)
  6. 6. over a network (typically the Internet)</li></ul>- According to NIST…<br /><ul><li>Five Essential Characteristics
  7. 7. Three Service Models
  8. 8. Four Deployment Models</li></li></ul><li>Cloud Computing:Legal Issues<br />4th Amendment – unreasonable searches/seizures<br />Contractual Concerns:<br />Data Storage Location  Jurisdiction<br />Data Responsibility - Liabilities and Indemnities?<br />Privacy Breach<br />Hacked cloud <br />Intellectual Property Rights: Licensing Issues<br />
  9. 9. Amazon Cloud<br />Cloud Integrity Concerns<br />4/21/2011: EC2 Elastic Block Storage re-allocation capacity overload caused Relational Database Service connectivity failures.<br />Quora, HootSuite, FourSquare, Reddit, plus more affected by lose of connectivity<br />Amazon Cloud Drive – Online music storage/streaming<br /> Allows re-download to various device<br />
  10. 10. iCloud<br />Trademark: <br />iCloud Communication v. Apple – filed 2011<br />iPhone: Cisco v. Apple – settled 2007<br />iPad: Fujitsu v. Apple – sold to Apple 2010<br />iAds: Fuijitsu v. Apple – filed 2010<br /><ul><li> Copyright Trolling – What’s in your Cloud?
  11. 11. Music? Stream … no need to download library.</li></li></ul><li>Google Music<br />Launched without blessing of © holders<br /> Remedy - Streaming only … no re-downloading<br /> Committed to erasing illegal music downloads<br />
  12. 12. ZedivaInternet-based DVD rental and streaming service<br />“You may have heard by now that we’re having to lay off our DVD-changing monkeys…”<br />Hollywood v. Zediva – Copyright Infringement<br />- Compare to in-home DVD rental = no license<br />
  13. 13. Resources<br />“What is Cloud Computing.” PCMag.Com. November 18, 2010; accessed, September 19, 2011.<br />“Oracle Cloud Computing.” An Oracle White Paper. Oracle.Com. June 2011; accessed, September 19, 2011.<br />“The NIST Definitions of Cloud Computing (Draft).” National Institute of Standards and Technology, Special Publication 800-145 (Draft). January 2011.<br />“DRAFT Cloud Computing Synopsis and Recommendations.” National Institute of Standards and Technology, Special Publication 800-146. May 2011.<br />Urquhart, James. Does the Fourth Amendment cover ‘the Cloud’? CNet.Com. January 17, 2010; accessed, September 20, 2011.<br />David A. Couillard. Defogging the Cloud: Applying Fourth Amendment Principles to Evolving Privacy Expectations in Cloud Computing. 93 Minn. L. Rev. 2205 (2009)<br />
  14. 14. Richardson, Jordon. Legal Issues Prevent Cloud Music Services from Launching in Canada, UK.Teleblog.Com. June 13, 2011; accessed, September 21, 2011. <br />The Legal Issues Around Cloud Computing. DigitalInspiration. LabNol.Org. July 27, 2010; accessed, September 23, 2011.<br />Guadin, Sharon. Amazon cloud glitch knocks out popular websites. ComputerWorld.Com. April 21, 2011; accessed, September 19, 2011.<br />Keizer, Gregg. Apple likely to settle iCloud trademark lawsuit, says legal expert.ComputerWorld.Com. June 13, 2011; accessed, September 19, 2011.<br />Resources(continued)<br />
  15. 15. Singel, Ryan. DVD Streaming Service Zediva Shuts Down Due to Court Order.Wired.Com. August 11, 2011; accessed, September 23, 2011.<br />Singel, Ryan. Is Zediva’s New-Release Movie Streaming Service Legal?Wired.Com. March 23, 2011; accessed, September 24, 2011.<br />Resources(continued)<br />

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