Tuesday, February 7, 2017
US Judge Ordered Google to Hand Over Emails Stored On Foreign Servers to FBI
In this world of global mass surveillance by not the only US, but also intelligence agencies across the world, every other country wants tech companies including Google, Apple, and Microsoft to set-up and maintain their servers in their country to keep their citizen data within boundaries.
Last year, Microsoft won a case which ruled that the US government cannot force tech companies to hand over their non-US customers' data stored on servers located in other countries to the FBI or any other federal authorities.
However, a new notable ruling just goes against the court judgment last year, raising concerns regarding people's privacy.