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Government Seeks Do-Over On Win For Microsoft And Its Overseas Data

The DOJ wants the Second Circuit Court of Appeals to revisit the decision it handed down in July -- the one that's preventing it from forcing Microsoft to hand over data stored on its servers in Ireland. The DOJ hoped the court would read the Stored Communications Act as applying to the location of the company served with the data request, rather than the actual location of the data.
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