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Judge Rules DoJ Can Access Microsoft User’s E-mails Stored Overseas

Microsoft has lost its bid to protect the privacy of its users.

A U.S. federal judge today ruled the software firm cannot prevent the Justice Department from accessing e-mails stored in a Dublin, Ireland data center.

Chief U.S. District Judge Loretta Preska today ruled that Microsoft must comply with a December warrant filed by the DOJ to nab a customer’s e-mail account data.

U.S. law enforcement wants the individual’s e-mails in connection with a criminal investigation.

The judge did, however, cut Microsoft a small break. She stayed her order temporarily to give the company a chance to appeal the decision to the second U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.

“The only issue that was certain this morning was that the District Court’s decision would not represent the final step in this process,” Microsoft general counsel Brad Smith said in a statement. “We will appeal promptly and continue to advocate that people’s email deserves strong privacy protection in the U.S. and around the world.”

Microsoft has argued that the U.S. government has no right to obtain private e-mails without the “knowledge or consent of the subscriber or the relevant foreign government where the data is stored.” The company also maintains that the U.S. has no right to access files outside of its territory.

Apple and Cisco, as well as the Electronic Frontier Foundation are backing Microsoft and, last month, filed friend-of-the-court briefs in support.

 Via CNet

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Experts Weigh In On Google’s “Pigeon” Update Aimed At Improving Local Search Results

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SearchCap: Google My Business Webmaster Tools, Google Pigeon Feedback & Bing Cortana Expands

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Bing Ads New Look UI and Program Features

Bing has updated Bing Ads interface starting next week, and has added some new features to the program.

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France’s Iliad Makes Bid for T-Mobile

T-Mobile is attracting lots of interest these days.

Iliad, a French telecommunications provider, has made an offer of $15 billion in cash for a 56.6 percent stake in the U.S. wireless carrier, at $33 per share. Iliad said with the remaining 43.4 percent of T-Mobile, the company, overall, has a value of $36.2 per share.

“The U.S. mobile market is large and attractive,” Iliad said in a press release. “T-Mobile U.S. has successfully established a disruptive position, which in many ways, is similar to the one Iliad has built in France.”

Although it has not been confirmed, some news outlets are reporting that T-Mobile has already rejected Iliad’s offer.

Iliad had said it is unlikely the deal would raise any anti-trust issues because Iliad is located in France rather than in the United States.

T-Mobile, with its unique ‘Uncarrier’ program and growing customer base has become an attractive acquisition for companies looking to expand their holdings.

Sprint and its parent, Japanese carrier SoftBank, have been in talks to purchase T-Mobile for some months.

Sprint has already found eight banks to finance its proposed acquisition of T-Mobile. The debt package, which tops $40 billion, will include a bridge loan of approximately $20 billion to Sprint from Japan company Softbank Corp. The deal also includes $20 billion in refinancing for T-Mobile’s current debt load.

Sources had told Reuters Sprint and T-Mobile were hoping to finalize financing details by the end of July and then announce a merger in August.

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Paramount Signs Michael Bay to Destroy Childhoods for Three More Years – The Outhouse


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Google Adds Webmaster Tools Verification For Google My Business

Mike Blumenthal reports that you can now instantly verify your Google Local listings, formerly known as Google Place Listing and now known as Google My Business, through Google Webmaster Tools. Google’s Jade Wang announced this in the Google forums saying, “starting today, if you’re…



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Google Sandbox 2.0 Affecting Sites

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With Google’s shift to Secure Search it’s not uncommon for a company’s “Not Provided” keywords to account for more than 70% of all search traffic. Marketers and search marketing professionals lose all insight into the keywords that are performing in organic search….



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