September 23, 2010 – Microsoft urged Congress for extensive legislative and law enforcement changes to protect information stored by consumers and companies, particularly with the explosion of cloud computing.
Brad Smith, general counsel for the computing giant, addressed Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday in Washington, D.C. on ways to reform the nearly 25-year old Electronic Communications Privacy Act.
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