Microsoft Is Winning a Battle Against Government Surveillance
The case dates back to last April, when Microsoft sued the
US District Judge James Robart in Seattle-the aforementioned so-called judge-later listed four separate court decisions that supported the idea that the
And obviously this was good news for Microsoft. "We're pleased this ruling enables our case to move forward toward a reasonable solution that works for law enforcement and ensures secrecy is used only when necessary," said Brad Smith, the company's chief legal officer.
Of course, the battle is far from over for Microsoft. The company's case against the Justice Department will now move forward in Seattle. Let's just hope we don't forget what the
We've reached out to the Justice Department about the case and will update this post if we hear back.
[ Bloomberg ]
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