The European Union will introduce new data protection laws on cloud computing in November, iTNews reports. The Binding Safe Processor Rules will ask EU cloud providers to agree to be legally liable for any data breaches or losses, the report states, acting as a cloud provider accreditation service. Eduardo Ustaran of Field Fisher Waterhouse said service providers can use the accreditation as a selling point for their security models, while those who don't have it may be seen as unsafe. Field Fisher Waterhouse's Stewart Room described the rules as a "bridge" for cloud adoption in light of concerns about liabilities.
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