The decision in the Microsoft case has the potential to have significant effects on the way that foreign users' data is handled in the US. However, this is no time to become hysterical about what this does or does not mean for user rights. This quick note unpacks some of the assertions that are being made about the implications of the case. Read more about USA v. Microsoft: what the decision does and doesn't mean
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