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Christopher Wolf, Bret Cohen & James Denvi, Individual Rights to Challenge Government Access to Data in the Cloud (Sept. 23, 2013) (full-text).

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The focus of this White Paper is on the ability of individuals to challenge government access to their data in the cloud, and the decisions governments make based on that data. While there is current controversy over national security access to data held by cloud providers, those policy challenges — and the ability to challenge government national security surveillance in each of the in-scope countries (the United States, Australia, France, Germany, and the United Kingdom) — are beyond the scope of this White Paper. Still, with respect to the United States, remedies available to individuals when the government conducts illegal national security surveillance.

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