It has been reported that yesterday Law Enforcement officials seized servers from a hosting facility in Reston, Virginia. That is bad news if you are Law Enforcement’s target, but it is also bad news if your website shared the servers seized by Law Enforcement. That seizure means (i) your website is down, and (ii) your business information (the information on the server) is in the hands of folks that you do not have a confidentiality agreement with. As businesses begin to invest in Cloud Computing, which uses a shared resources model to hold down costs, the quality Cloud Computing providers will provide a “Plan B” for when something crazy happens and you lose access to the shared equipment, the application or your information. The best time to think about Plan B is when you are contracting for the services.