Ars Technica: Google stops challenging most US warrants for data on overseas servers

Ars Technica: Google stops challenging most US warrants for data on overseas servers. “Google has quietly stopped challenging most search warrants from US judges in which the data requested is stored on overseas servers, according to the Justice Department. The revelation, contained in a new court filing to the Supreme Court, comes as the administration of President Donald Trump is pressing the justices to declare that US search warrants served on the US tech sector extend to data stored on foreign servers.”

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