Interest Groups

Feds can't use US warrants to grab foreign data, says appeals court - E-Discovery, Information Governance & Cyber Security Section News

Get the news you want the way you want it: click the RSS button in the right corner to add this feed to your RSS reader, or click here to subscribe to this content. By subscribing, you’ll find this news on your Member Account page, and the latest articles will be emailed to you in your customized IndyBar E-Bulletin e-newsletter.

E-Discovery, Information Governance & Cyber Security Section News


Posted on: Feb 2, 2017

An appeals court has declined to revisit an earlier decision, ruling that the Justice Department cannot force Microsoft to turn over customer data stored on servers outside the US.

The Second Circuit Court of Appeals in New York was split 4-4 in a vote on Tuesday, leaving an earlier July decision in place, which was widely seen as a victory for tech companies and privacy advocates.

A Justice Dept. spokesperson told ZDNet that the department is "reviewing the decision and its multiple dissenting opinions and considering our options."

Read the full article here.

This article was submitted by Jonathan T. Armiger, Wagner Reese LLP. If you would like to submit content or write an article for the E-Discovery, Information Governance & Cyber Security Section page, please email Kara Sikorski at ksikorski@indybar.org.

DID YOU KNOW?

Indianapolis Bar Association (IndyBar) est. 1878 | 4,536 Members (as of 2.11.21)