In what privacy advocates have hailed as a “big” privacy victory, a US appellate court recently ruled that the US government could not force Microsoft to provide customer emails stored on a server in Ireland. But European privacy advocates should not be popping the champagne just yet. Tim Harkness and I discuss the decision and its implications here.
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