My initial insight would be that with 'Cloud' computing each 'Cloud' will be responsible for securing the data. For instance IBM might hire Cloud9 to host a Cloud for customers. Once this is started, IBM leaves the data in the hands of Cloud9 who is running the servers.
So, with forensics; getting a hold of the servers might be a legal nightmare. However, a computer that accesses data on a Cloud would leave traces of that connection. So a lot of details would still be left on the machine. For instances images, text etc.. would be saved primarily on the users machine and then transferred to the cloud. Or vice-versa; when someone DL's from a Cloud it's reference is now able to be found on the host computer.
Honestly, Cloud computing is the downfall of information security on the public realm.
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