Tech companies rally round Microsoft over US government cloud surveillance

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Microsoft opposes US government demands to seize data held by US cloud computing providers anywhere in the world
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Microsoft opposes US government demands to seize data held by US cloud computing providers anywhere in the world

US government power to seize data without informing customers opposed by corporate giants

Microsoft has been backed by technology companies and a swathe of US corporates in a legal action against the US government over laws that could have major implications for the development of cloud computing....

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