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Data protection in the Cloud: Shoud the law change when it conflicts with a creative business model?

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Data protection in the Cloud : Shoud the law change when it conflicts with a creative business model? . / Blume, Peter Erik.

I: Computer Law Review International, Nr. 3, 2011, s. 76-80.

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Blume, PE 2011, 'Data protection in the Cloud: Shoud the law change when it conflicts with a creative business model? ', Computer Law Review International, nr. 3, s. 76-80.

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Blume, P. E. (2011). Data protection in the Cloud: Shoud the law change when it conflicts with a creative business model? . Computer Law Review International, (3), 76-80.

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Blume PE. Data protection in the Cloud: Shoud the law change when it conflicts with a creative business model? . Computer Law Review International. 2011;(3):76-80.

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Blume, Peter Erik. / Data protection in the Cloud : Shoud the law change when it conflicts with a creative business model? . I: Computer Law Review International. 2011 ; Nr. 3. s. 76-80.

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