Feds Want Google Sanctioned For Defying Data Orders

Law360, New York (September 22, 2017, 3:25 PM EDT) -- Federal prosecutors are seeking to have Google Inc. sanctioned for refusing to comply with a search warrant requesting certain user data stored overseas, telling a California federal judge Wednesday that the internet giant is flouting court orders.

Google is refusing to obey court orders that denied its efforts to quash a warrant directing the company to produce stored content related to certain email accounts, prosecutors said Wednesday. The orders say the tech giant must produce all responsive information that is retrievable from the United States, regardless of where it is stored.

According to the government, Google is treating a favorable July...

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