Microsoft returns to court to protect customers from US government data grabs

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The US government wouldn't like it if 'the boot were on the other foot', says Microsoft legal counsel Brad Smith

Microsoft has begun the latest round in a test case that will determine the extent of state power to sequester data from servers held overseas. The long-running case between Microsoft and the US government...

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