December 24, 2014 Business, Court, Surveillance
The government has used the ‘amicus curiae’ (friend of the court) rules to file a submission to a case in which it is not directly involved. It is backing the Microsoft argument that it need not hand over emails requested through a New York court warrant. The emails have been requested in relation to a drug trafficking investigation.
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