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Supreme Court Tosses Out Microsoft Case on Digital Data Abroad

6 days ago   |   By NY Times

A closely watched clash between federal prosecutors and Microsoft fizzled after Congress enacted a new law last month.
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U.S. Supreme Court dismisses Microsoft email privacy case

U.S. Supreme Court dismisses Microsoft email privacy case

6 days ago   |   By Windows Central

The move comes after legislation governing the central issue in the case was passed by Congress and signed into law last month.
The U.S. Supreme Court today opted to dismiss a long-running legal tussle between Microsoft and the Justice Department, Reuters reports ..
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Supreme Court dismisses major privacy rights case

6 days ago   |   By CNN

Supreme Court dismisses epic court case between Microsoft and the Department of Justice, weeks after President Trump signs the Cloud Act.
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Supreme Court drops Microsoft data privacy case, but the battle isn't over

6 days ago   |   By ZDnet

The Supreme Court won't be ruling on Microsoft's ongoing data privacy fight over emails stored in Ireland. But the matter is far from settled.
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Supreme Court rules Microsoft privacy dispute moot - CNET

6 days ago   |   By CNET

The CLOUD act President Trump signed as part of the spending bill renders Microsoft's suit a non-issue.
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Supreme Court dismisses Microsoft search case

6 days ago   |   By Phys.org

The Supreme Court has dismissed a dispute between the Trump administration and Microsoft over emails the government wanted as part of a drug trafficking investigation.
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