Microsoft's challenge to the US warrant for customer data that is stored in Ireland raises issues that are important for every individual who uses online products and cares about how access to their data is governed. It also has implications for all tech and telco companies that store user data across jurisdictions. This note unpacks some of these issues and calls for a more nuanced debate. Read more » about Whose laws control your data? The implications of the Microsoft search warrant challenge
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