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Cloud Privacy

Your Cloud Provider (Probably) Isn't Spying On You 85

Posted by samzenpus
from the just-because-you're-paranoid-doesn't-mean-they-aren't-after-you dept.
jfruh writes "Last week the CEO ServiceNow made a minor splash by claiming that it was awfully easy for a cloud provider to spy on the data they stored for you or discriminate based on pricing. But while that's possible, in many cases it turns out to be simply not practical enough to be beneficial. Even moves like restoring outages for higher-paying customers first turn out to be more trouble than they're worth."
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