Dec 162014
 December 16, 2014  Posted by

Kim Yoo-Chul reports:

Apple joined with a host of leading companies and trade associations Tuesday to support a decision by Microsoft (MS) not to comply with the U.S. government’s request to turn over emails of a customer that are stored in Ireland.

“Ten groups filed friend of the court briefs in New York. These briefs make one conclusion unmistakably clear ­― this case doesn’t involve a narrow legal question, but broad policy issues that are fundamental to the technology industry,” MS said in its corporate blog.

Read more on Korea Times.  See also Julian Hattem’s coverage on The Hill.

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