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Across jurisdictions, concerns about privacy in the cloud persist. "There is no global law of cyberspace or law of the Internet, although there are separate pieces of legislation relating to privacy, spam, electronic transactions, cybercrime and more," one Australian expert writes, cautioning that recent breaches are a warning to all businesses. Technorati reports that, additionally, concerns about differing regulations, such as the U.S. Patriot Act being at odds with EU data protection rules, are also problematic. "All this could lead to something as drastic as the EU banning--even if only temporarily--U.S. companies from operating cloud services within the EU," the report states.
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