Recently, a court said that Google must hand over the data of a number of its non-American users that was stored overseas. The company moved to quash the order, arguing that because the data was stored abroad, it doesn’t have to comply with U.S. data requests. However, magistrate judge Laurel Beeler rejected Google’s objections.
And the entire discussion about privacy gets even stickier! OUCH
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