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Big Tech’s Fight Over Foreign-Stored Data: A Podcast With Morgan Lewis Partner Mark Krotoski,

May 08, 2017

How far should the arm of the law reach when it comes to data stored overseas? That’s a question that courts continue to struggle with, even after US tech companies scored a landmark win last year in favor of limiting what authorities can obtain when it comes to foreign-stored data.

In this podcast, talked with Morgan Lewis partner and former Department of Justice criminal attorney Mark Krotoski to understand the controversy around the scope of the 1986 Stored Communications Act. What he sees is a novel, technical issue colliding with an ill-fitting legal framework.

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