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“When can law enforcement access data stored abroad? Only Congress can tell”

The Hill, June 14, 2017

By Craig Albright

Businesses and customers need clear and predictable rules for their data’s privacy. And law enforcement needs to have the necessary tools to stop criminals and keep us safe. The United States needs laws for accessing data stored overseas that takes all sides into account.

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Original Posting: http://thehill.com/blogs/congress-blog/judicial/337681-when-can-law-enforcement-access-data-stored-abroad-only-congress

6/15/2017
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