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Daily Dashboard | Senate subcommittee to hold hearing on data stored in foreign countries Related reading: Irish law professor voices concerns with the Data Protection Bill 2017

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The Senate Committee on the Judiciary's Subcommittee on Crime and Terrorism will be holding a hearing on the options for agencies accessing data stored in different countries, the International Business Times reports. If the Senate expands the power of the Stored Communications Act to cover searches outside of the U.S., tech companies would be required to hand over information should they be presented with a warrant. “It is overdue for a congressional revision that would continue to protect privacy but would more effectively balance concerns of international comity with law enforcement needs and service provider obligations in the global context in which this case arose,” said Judge Susan Carney, who ruled in favor of Microsoft in a case involving personal information stored on a server in Ireland.
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