For almost 100 years, the aclu has worked to defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties guaranteed by the constitution and laws of the united states. D microsoft’s argument to the federal district court “the government cannot seek and a court cannot issue a warrant allowing federal agents to break down the doors of microsoft’s dublin facility the key issue is microsoft’s control of the data, not its location four important questions for the court to consider in us v. People wait in line to enter the us supreme court, on april 23, 2018 there's less than a month left in the court's term and many of the most controversial and contentious cases will be decided.
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Created nearly 60 years ago, the usccr exists to advise the united states government on civil-rights issues, even though it has no power to enact or enforce any of its findings. The united states is a litigious society that revels on high profile and controversial court cases remember the o j simpson double murder case in 1995, when the entire country seemed to have stoppe. Microsoft, one of the world’s largest e-mail providers, is resisting a government search warrant to compel the firm to turn over customer data held in a server located overseas.
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Supreme court drops microsoft data privacy case, but the battle isn't over the supreme court won't be ruling on microsoft's ongoing data privacy fight over emails stored in ireland. The order set off a furious public battle on wednesday between the obama administration and one of the world’s most valuable companies in a dispute with far-reaching legal implications. When the supreme court defined the legal relationship between indians and the us gov: only the federal government could take land from indians (not individual citizens) principle discovery - europeans had absolute rights to the land. The status of the city of jerusalem is one of the most contentious issues in recorded history, the court said for more than two millennia, the city has been won and lost by a host of sovereigns.