The Cloud Computing industry is one of the fastest growing on the IT market. Cloud-based services promise a higher degree of flexibility and cost-efficiency. Since the localisation of data streams within server architectures is no longer necessary, applicable laws which regularly tie on more constant factors consequently face new challenges. This book focuses on the question whether and how the legal system is capable of balancing competing interests of the parties involved in Cloud-based processes and seeks to provide possible solutions for the use of Cloud services in conformity with the law. The main areas covered involve Contract Law, Torts Law, Copyright Law, Data Protection Law and Conflict of Laws.