How the CLOUD Act is Likely to Trigger Legal Challenges

New York Law Journal

"The CLOUD Act is about to stir up a legal storm. The Act was originally passed in March 2018 to ensure US law enforcement officials could obtain information from US-based communications providers even if that information is stored overseas. But the act has another, more controversial provision: Under certain circumstances, it permits foreign law enforcement officials to serve production orders."

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