Microsoft Launches New Constitutional Challenge Against Alleged Federal Government Searches of Customer Data in Cloud
Microsoft has launched a new constitutional challenge against the government over its use of indefinite gag orders when it subpoenas information from customer cloud accounts. Microsoft is claiming that the orders violate the First Amendment free speech rights and the Fourth Amendment rights regarding unreasonable government search and seizure of property. Clearly, this action by…Read More
FBI Unlocks Terrorist iPhone Without Apple’s Help, Ending Encryption Dispute
The U.S. Justice Department has announced that the third party who came forward and convinced the FBI that it could unlock the San Bernardino terrorist’s encrypted iPhone successfully unlocked the encrypted iPhone, ending the standoff between Apple and the FBI. The Silicon Valley Software Law Blog provided an update on the developments below: Third Party…Read More
FBI vs. Apple: Who Will Come out the Winner in this Dispute?
When the Justice Department decided to wage a legal battle against Apple over encryption on the iPhone of one of San Bernardino terrorists, the government moved the encryption debate into the public arena and triggered a public debate over the issue. Now, it is reported that the government is considering launching a second case over…Read More