FEB 26, 2018 | US
Microsoft Case May Shape Law Enforcement's Influence Over Global Network Architecture
The Wall Street Journal, February 27, 2018
By Steve Norton
If the court rules in favor of Microsoft, it’s likely to be more difficult for law enforcement to obtain digital evidence from overseas, said Aaron Cooper, vice president of global policy for software industry trade group BSA, The Software Alliance. Such a ruling could also prompt criminals or other bad actors to store their data overseas, he said.Read More >>
Original Posting: https://blogs.wsj.com/cio/2018/02/27/microsoft-case-may-shape-law-enforcements-influence-over-global-network-architecture/
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