Microsoft's battle with US government hits Supreme Court

Tom Wright
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Supreme Court to decide if Microsoft should hand over data stored in Ireland to the US government

Microsoft's long-running battle with the US government over data stored in its Ireland datacentre is set to be decided by the Supreme Court. Last July Microsoft seemingly won a court scrap with ...

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