Worth Reading: Nosy neighbors and cloud privacy

You get your run-of-the-mill noisy neighbours – the ones who occasionally have friends round and play music a little too loud until a little too late. And then in the UK at least you get what we used to call “Asbos,” named after the Anti-Social Behaviour Orders that were introduced to try and curb deliberate disturbances of the peace. The same thing happens on the public cloud. You have accidental interference from neighbouring processes, and then you have your cloud ASBOs – which make deliberate attacks on neighbouring processes. —the morning paper