Microsoft back in court over US access to Irish servers - 'could have impact' on Safe Harbour talks, says firm

Charlee Gothard
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The case rolls on, but at what cost?

Microsoft is concerned that the upcoming recommencement of its legal battle to prevent the US government from accessing sensitive data in a data centre located in Ireland could have an impact on on...

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