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Table of Contents - May 29, 2017

Senate Panel Seeks Ways To Allow Authorities To Access Overseas Data

"A simple legislative fix" would resolve the conflicts faced by technology companies when authorities of one country seek data stored in another country, a Justice Department official told a Senate subcommittee this week.

Brad Wiegmann, a deputy assistant attorney general in DoJ's National Security Division, noted to the Senate Judiciary Committee's crime and terrorism subcommittee that a recent appeals court decision allowed Microsoft Corp. to ignore a U.S. search warrant for customer data stored in Ireland.

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