The US Department of Justice has made a fresh bid to obtain emails stored in Ireland by Microsoft, filing a motion to dismiss an existing case in the Supreme Court and issuing a fresh warrant to the company seeking the release of the emails.
Australia's first data breach since the country introduced a data breach notification law has been recorded, with the Danish shipping company Svitzer suffering a breach that affected about half of its 1000 employees.
A bill which will enable courts to decide cases in which the US Government seeks access to data stored abroad by American companies is unlikely to pass through Congress in time to resolve a case involving Microsoft.
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