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Microsoft’s chief legal officer Brad Smith said the company’s goal was to “continue to operate one of the world’s largest data centres in Ireland” but that the outcome of a court appeal in New York raises a concern.

Microsoft’s failure to protect itself against a US court ruling ordering it to hand over emails stored in Dublin to federal investigators would raise (...)

Exeter City’s Lee Holmes scored his side’s second goal against Liverpool direct from a corner kick. Photograph: PA

Exeter City 2 Liverpool 2 In the end Exeter City may well reflect that everything turned out rather well for them, even if this will be remembered as(...)

Jürgen Klopp: ‘Our eyes are open and we are watching the market.’ Photograph: Martin Rickett/PA Wire

Philippe Coutinho will be sidelined at least until the end of this month and Dejan Lovren for the next 10 days with hamstring injuries sustained again(...)

 Liverpool’s Emre Can in action against   Sion’s Edimilson Fernandes during the Uefa Europa League match at the Tourbillon stadium. Photograph: Jean-Christophe Bott/EPA

Sion 0 Liverpool 0 Liverpool claimed the point they needed to top their Europa League group with an uninspiring goalless draw in Sion. Having alread(...)

Daniel Sturridge celebrates after scoring the first goal for Liverpool. Photograph: Eddie Keogh/Reuters

Southampton 1 Liverpool 6 It has taken Jürgen Klopp less than eight weeks to restore all the vim and verve that, only two seasons ago, almost propell(...)

Microsoft’s general counsel Brad Smith: “Ultimately it’s about trust.”

Some of the world’s largest technology companies, including Apple and Amazon are supporting Microsoft in a dispute with the US Government over access (...)

A US court order to Microsoft to produce emails held in the company’s big European Data Centre in Ireland has profound implications

At first, the detail seems minor. At a drugs trial in the state of New York, the prosecution wants access to some emails as potential evidence. The pr(...)

Microsoft’s  general counsel Brad Smith said the tech giant is conscious its entire cloud strategy outside the US could be jeopardised if it hands over the emails. Photograph: Yves Herman/Reuters

The US case in which Microsoft is fighting a request to hand over emails from a data centre in Dublin, could have serious implications for Ireland if (...)

Microsoft, Grange Castle, in Dublin. Last week a judge ordered that Microsoft must turn over a customer’s emails that are stored. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

The anonymous building on the outskirts of a sprawling industrial estate near Clondalkin may seem ordinary enough.But what lies inside is at the centr(...)

A US attempt to force Microsoft to hand over emails held on servers in Ireland has drawn a strong rebuke from Brussels

A US attempt to force Microsoft to hand over emails held on servers in Ireland has drawn a strong rebuke from Brussels in one of the first tests of(...)

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