Microsoft may finally have to hand over emails stored on a server in Ireland, after the US Supreme Court ended a four-year-old case between the company and the Department of Justice, declaring it was moot due to a new law about access to digital material stored abroad by US technology firms.
Australia is expected to seek an agreement with the US in order to gain access to data located there when needed upon execution of a local warrant with a US tech outfit.
Microsoft has filed a motion in the US Supreme Court, agreeing with a contention made by the US Department of Justice on Tuesday that a case, filed by the DoJ to obtain emails stored by one of the company's customers in Ireland, is now moot.
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