"This Week in Data" is a weekly infographic that aims to serve as a quick and easy way for our readers to catch up on the latest news about the people and organizations that are shaking up the world of big data, cloud computing, and all things data storage.
This week we saw a lot of legal action around data and digital information, from the telecom industry taking aim at the FCC to the U.S. Justice Department's fight to get their hands on the data from Megaupload's seized servers. All of that, plus a security flaw on a popular dating website? Gasp!
Want to read more? Glance through the headlines in the infographic below and click on the links at the bottom of the page get all the gory details for all five stories.
EU Takes on Google:
- Europe Challenges Google, Seeing Violations of Its Antitrust Law
- Google's Internal Response to the Imminent EU Charges (Memo)
Net Neutrality Lawsuits
- Net Neutrality Rules Published, Lawsuit to Overturn them Immediately Filed
- AT&T adds another lawsuit to the Net Neutrality pile-on
Megaupload Canadian Data
- Kim Dotcom Megaupload case falters over sharing Canadian data
- Contents of Megaupload's Canadian Servers Still Unknown as Ontario Court Determines Next Steps
Cloud Budget Predictions
- NTT Communications Study Calls for Reality Check on the Business Case for Cloud
- Cloud to Take Up 28% of Corporate IT Budgets by 2018
Match.com Security Issue
- Millions of users of Dating Site Match.com are at Risk of having their Password Stolen
- Match.com's HTTP-only Login puts Millions of Passwords at Risk