Software behemoth Microsoft has challenged an order from a US federal judge that prevents it from telling one of its big corporate customers that the Federal Government has issued a warrant to gain access to the customer's data.
Australian Government data stored by American companies who have been certified as Protected cloud providers is not subject to the US CLOUD Act, which allows Washington to obtain data stored overseas by American companies in the event that it is deemed to be needed by law enforcement authorities.
ANALYSIS The Australian encryption laws were devised for one reason: so that spy agencies could get back on an equal footing with technology firms and have a big stick with which to beat them whenever they want.
Because hardwired connections to drones, trucks, cars, phones, smart watches, etc don't make sense, that's why.
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