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 September 1, 2016  Business, Court, Surveillance

Nick McCann reports:

The American Civil Liberties Union can’t intervene in Microsoft’s surveillance lawsuit against the Justice Department, but it can file an amicus brief, a federal judge ruled.

Microsoft claims it is unconstitutional to forbid tech companies from telling customers when the government reads their emails and other data, and it seeks an order invalidating that part of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act.

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