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Fonte: ABA Journal

Microsoft is taking steps to dismiss a lawsuit challenging the government’s routine use of secrecy orders when accessing digital data after the Department of Justice agreed to change its practices.

Microsoft announced the development in a press release that called the government’s new policy “a significant milestone in Microsoft’s fight for their customers’ rights.” The Washington PostCNetGeekWire and Reuters covered the development.

Brad Smith, Microsoft’s president and chief legal officer, said in a blog post that the new policy “helps ensure that secrecy orders are used only when necessary and for defined periods of time.”

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