Storage Rights Get Cloudy

September 26, 2011

In this week's Legal Issues in the News, we look at a recent court ruling, discussing the procedures that music locker services must follow when dealing with pirated music stored in "the cloud"-which is music stored on remote servers, connected through the internet. Amazon, Apple and Google may be on cloud nine, while record companies are struggling to keep pace with these new technologies. Commentator Jay Kesan explains the court's decision.