Microsoft Challenges U.S. Government Spying Authority, Gains SupportMark Melin
Can the U.S. government legally demand access to data stored on a foreign server? As reported in ValueWalk, the question has zipped through technical circles ever since spy plans executed by the U.S. National Security Agency were publically revealed. Now comes legal efforts from Microsoft to block U.S. government access to emails stored in Ireland in a drug trafficking case, as Microsoft has an international supporter in the government of Ireland along with many U.S. tech and media concerns . . .
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