Google’s Setback Heats Up Overseas Warrant Debate

The Eastern District of Pennsylvania ruled that Google must comply with search warrants requesting user data stored on overseas servers, focusing on how Google stores data. Marc Zwillinger spoke with Law360 about the ruling, “Since Google cannot identify in what country the data resides at any point in time, and it keeps changing, it’s hard to see how the retrieval of the data can violate anyone’s sovereignty.” This Law360 article is paywalled.

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