The increasing popularity of cloud computing has exposed flaws in privacy and data protection measures that have the potential to be the next wave of national security threats.
Cloud computing allows people to use software installed on servers on the internet, usually through their browsers. The users can also keep data on these servers. This means they can readily work or access data anytime, anywhere so long as they have internet access.
The most familiar form of cloud computing is online mail services such as Yahoo, Gmail or Outlook.
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