19 Va. J.L. & Tech. 1 (2014-2015)

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   Lost in the Cloud: Information

   Flows and the Implications of

      Cloud Computing for Trade

              Secret Protection

              SHARON K. SANDEEN

D  2014 Virginia Journal of Law & Technology Association, at

t Professor of Law, Hamline University School of Law, Saint Paul,
Minnesota. Because I have been working on this Article for several years, I
have many people to thank for their assistance with research and for
critiques of earlier drafts of this article. The Research Assistants who have
worked on this project include: Amelia Vnuk, Colin Thomsen, Jessica Alm,
Michael Mangold, Lauren Dwyer, Nick Datzov, Selena Marchan, and Lisa
Valatutti. I am also grateful for feedback from other members of the Trade
Secret Scholars community, including Professor Elizabeth Rowe and
Professor David S. Levine. I must also thank Professor Jeannie Fromer and
Professor Sonia Katyal for inviting me to present an early version of this
Article to their IP Scholarship class at Fordham in early 2010 and
appreciate the feedback that their students provided.

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