The High Court of Ireland referred 11 questions to the EU's Court of Justice regarding the legality of data transfers between Facebook Ireland and Facebook Inc.
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On Tuesday, the Supreme Court ruled in U.S. v. Microsoft, also known as Microsoft-Ireland, that the Cloud Act has rendered the case moot. The court’s per curiam opinion is below.
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