Sep 042014
 September 4, 2014  Posted by  Business, Non-U.S.

Mary Minihan reports:

Minister of State for data protection Dara Murphy has expressed “serious concerns” about the implications for Ireland of a US case in which Microsoft is fighting a request to hand over data based in the State.

Mr Murphy said a US District Court Judge had decided to lift a stay on the execution of a criminal search warrant for email content stored by Microsoft’s servers in Dublin. The case centres on the prosecution of a drug trafficker.

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