A Microsoft blog announces the company is “taking steps to ensure governments use legal process rather than technological brute force to access customer data.” The company says allegations that some governments circumvent online security measures to collect private customer data put such governments alongside such threats as sophisticated malware and cyber attacks. As such, Microsoft plans to encrypt all services, reinforce legal protections for customers and expand the transparency of its software code. Microsoft General Counsel Bradford Smith said revelations the government might be hacking into corporate data centers “was a bit like an earthquake, sending shock waves across the tech sector.”
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