Online startups increasingly turn to the "cloud" to host their applications. However, by hosting in the cloud, you put your business's fate in the hands of a third party. In this blog post, William Carleton notes that these third parties can take deliberate, conscious actions to shut your business down, and that these actions are more likely to be targeted towards startups touching on political topics. Further, as Mr. Carleton explains, the realities of your startup business might leave you unable to recover anything from such a decision.
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What Cloud Politics Means for the Hosted Startup