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The US Supreme Court has said it will review a dispute between Microsoft and the federal government over whether prosecutors have the right to demand data the company holds abroad.
17 October 2017
11 August 2017
Ireland will soon publish a long-awaited bill to replace seven existing anti-corruption laws and clarify corporate liability for corruption offences, the country’s justice minister Charlie Flanagan said on 29 June.
30 June 2017
Ireland’s highest court has ruled that the country’s antitrust enforcer illegally seized an executive’s entire email account in a 2015 dawn raid, in a judgment that will require the authority to specifically identify what information it is targeting when obtaining search warrants. By Sonya Lalli.
31 May 2017
09 March 2017
Google is to appeal against a US court decision that ordered it to hand over data stored overseas to the FBI, in what the company described as a ruling against precedent set in a similar legal battle between the US government and Microsoft.
07 February 2017
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