Feet on the ground, data in the cloud

Cloud computing refers to “a constellation of Web-based data processing, transmission and storage services that are available over the Internet.” Vermont Ethics Opinion 2010-6. The focus of the discussion of ethical issues arising out of the use of cloud computing by lawyers is primarily on the storage of client data in “the cloud.” Ethics opinions of various states (there is no Illinois …

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