Privacy in the Clouds: Credits
- Robert Gellman, Privacy and Information Policy Consultant, <http://www.bobgellman.com>.
- Pam Dixon, Executive director, World Privacy Forum, read and commented on the report drafts and also edited the document.
- Lee Tien read and commented on an early report draft and provided comments.
- Anna Slomovic read and commented on an early report draft and provided comments.
- Professor Takato Natsui (Professor, School of Law, Faculty of Law, Meiji University, Japan) raised some of the questions about cloud computing discussed here. This report was written following a discussion panel Professor Natsui chaired that focused on cloud computing. The panel discussion was held at the International Privacy and Security Conference in Tokyo, Japan in November 2008 (IPSC2008) <http://www.ipsc2008.org/en/index.html>. (The IPSC conference was co-hosted by the World Privacy Forum and the following Japan-based organizations: The Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers (IEICE), Social Implications of Technology and Information Ethics, the Japan Society of Security Management, and the Information Network Law Association.) Thank you also to the panel members.
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First public release:
Released February 23, 2009.
Roadmap: Privacy in the Clouds – Risks to Privacy and Confidentiality from Cloud Computing: Part VI – Credits