October 14, 2016 Court, Featured News
Ellen Nakashima reports:
The Justice Department late Thursday asked the full appeals court for the Southern District of New York to review a decision that upheld Microsoft’s refusal to comply with a search warrant for an alleged drug trafficker’s emails held in a server in Ireland.
The July ruling by a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit in Manhattan was a win for Microsoft, which has argued that the court’s power to issue the warrant and the government’s authority to seize the data do not extend overseas.
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