Strategic and Economic Issues of Ownership Rights and Private Life Compliance
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The rapid evolution of technology and taking into account the contributions of nanotechnologies contribute to the improvement of Information System performance and provide access to new features in CLOUD COMPUTING STORAGE, for example, creation of new services, realization of the popular idea of green IT, simplification of IT network. In this new context of virtualization facilitating the relocation of data processing and storage, there is a large gap regarding the ownership of data and the future of data related to private life. The consequences of the existence of such a gap may ultimately be a barrier to any expansion of these new features. Multiple strategies are considered for future progress in order to develop the laws and rules governing Cloud Computing. A think tank, based on existing regulations in different countries, with the help of the European Materials Research Society (E-MRS) could propose as a first step in Europe, a common regulation that, in the context of the implementation of European governance, would ensure compliance with privacy and respect of the right of data ownership. The CESIC (Cercle d’Etude de la Sécurité Industrielle et Commerciale) has conducted a reflection in this domain as a first step leading to the need for confidentiality and data exchanges.
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