Data Law Insights

Data Law Insights

Legal insights on navigating privacy, data protection, cybersecurity, information governance, and e-discovery

Tag Archives: stored communications act

The CLOUD Act and the Future of International Access to E-Evidence

Posted in Cloud Computing, Criminal Law, Cybersecurity / Data Security, Government Agencies, Preservation, Privacy
Attorney General Jeff Sessions and EU Justice Commissioner Věra Jourová have met twice over the last two weeks, signaling momentum towards a new EU-U.S. solution for the sharing of electronic evidence. These meetings occurred in the wake of proposed regulations on the sharing of electronic evidence in the EU, and the passage of the Clarifying… Continue Reading

2nd Circuit: Government Cannot Force Companies to Hand Over Communications Data Stored Overseas

Posted in Accessibility, Criminal Law, Government Agencies, Information Management, Privacy, Transnational Discovery
The Second Circuit today issued a much-anticipated ruling holding that U.S. firms are not required to turn over user data stored overseas, even in the face of a government warrant.  This decision arose from Microsoft’s December 2014 appeal of a civil contempt ruling against the tech giant for refusing to turn over the personal data… Continue Reading