The EU may insist tech firms hand some terror suspect data to judges inside 6 hours

Technology companies such as Google, Microsoft and Facebook will be forced to hand over users' data to European law enforcement officials even when it is stored on servers outside the bloc, under a law proposed by the EU on Tuesday. The law would allow European prosecutors to force companies to turn over data such as emails, text messages and pictures stored online in another country, within 10 days or as little as six hours in urgent cases. The European Union executive says the...

Tech companies to be forced to give police overseas data under EU proposal

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Technology companies such as Google, Microsoft and Facebook will be forced to hand over users' data to European law enforcement officials even when it is stored on servers ...

Tue 17 Apr 18 from Reuters Technology

Tech Firms to Be Forced to Give Police Overseas Data Under EU Proposal

Technology companies such as Google, Microsoft and Facebook will be forced to hand over users' data to European law enforcement officials even when it is stored on servers outside the bloc, ...

Tue 17 Apr 18 from Voice of America

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