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Jurisidiction: The long arm of the law gets very long indeed

A number of recent cases, regarding data stored in foreign servers, have seen US courts attempting to assert rulings outside of jurisdiction. Paul Miller asks whether this is just one step too far? As we look back on the year since Edward Snowden’s first revelations appeared in the world’s media, far less has changed than doom mongers, privacy obsessives or civil… Read More

Hand over overseas data, says US judge in totally unhelpful cloud privacy ruling

Here we go again. Another US legal ruling that has implications for us all . According to Diginomica, a magistrate has ruled that Microsoft must give up some emails held on a server in Ireland to comply with a US warrant. The article’s author has focused on the privacy issue (I’m not sure about the… Read More

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