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A cloud sat next to a pair of scales The Cloud Legal Project launched a new Coursera Specialization in ‘Cloud Computing Law’
7 November 2022

The Specialization consists of three Courses that cover the main legal and regulatory implications of using and providing cloud computing services. Find out more about ‘Cloud Computing Law’ on Coursera.

Dave Michels participated in an online workshop hosted by the University of Bristol entitled: “What’s next for the NIS Regulations and the Indicators of Good Practice?”
22 February 2022

Dave spoke on a panel with Dr Ola Michalec and representatives of regulators in critical national infrastructure sectors. You can find out more about the event by clicking here.

Christopher Millard presented on "What is Cloud?” at the first meeting of the Roundtable Series on 'Cloud Computing Law' organised by Microsoft in Brussels
17 February 2022

Alongside Christopher, the panel included Jatinder Singh from the University of Cambridge and Witte Wijsmuller from the European Commission.

You can find out more about the event by clicking here.

A phone screen displaying various social media icons New report urges reforms to give families better access to the digital assets of deceased loved ones
21 September 2021

Families need better support from social media companies and the government when it comes to accessing the digital assets of ill or deceased loved ones, according to the Cloud Legal Project at Queen Mary University of London and STEP.

Cover the 2nd edition of Cloud Computing Law The 2nd edition of Cloud Computing Law has just been published
20 May 2021

This expanded and fully updated new edition covers in detail the legal and regulatory implications of what many people simply call ‘the cloud’.

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