FBI v Apple, Microsoft v Department of Justice, and Post-Riley Cell Phone Searches: Rediscovering the Fourth Amendment
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Microsoft Corporation v. United States Department of Justice (US District Court for the Western District of Washington) (lawsuit filed in Seattle challenging "gag orders" that prevent customer notification of warrants)

Amicus Briefs on behalf of Companies that use the cloud:

Amicus Brief Filed on Behalf of Amazon.com, Inc., Box, Inc., Cisco Systems, Inc., Dropbox, Inc., Evernote Corporation, GoogleInc., LinkedIn Corporation, Pinterest, Inc., salesforce.com, inc., Snapchat, Inc., and Yahoo! Inc. (represented by Professor Neal Kumar Katyal former United States Solicitor General)

Amicus Brief Filed on Behalf of Apple Inc., Lithium Technologies, Mozilla and Twilio Inc. (represented by Marc Zwillinger)

Amicus Brief Filed on Behalf of Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America, the Center for Democracy and Technology, the National Association of Manufacturers, Alaska Airlines, Inc., Archive360, Inc., AvePoint, BP America Inc., Delta Airlines, Inc., Eli Lilly and Company, Getty Images (US), Inc., Glaxosmithkline LLC, H5, the Information Coalition, Onsupport, Wipfli LLC (represented by Andrew Pincus)

Amicus Brief Filed on Behalf of Twitter, Inc. (represented by Professor Orin Kerr, author of the first edition of Searching and Seizing Computers and Obtaining Electronic Evidence in Criminal Investigation, Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section, U.S. Department of Justice)

Link to Microsoft Corporation v. United States: In the Matter of of a Warrant to Search a Certain E-mail Account Controlled and Maintained by Microsoft Corporation (2d Cir.) (warrant for email stored by Microsoft in server located in Ireland)

Steven William Smith, Gagged, Sealed & Delivered: Reforming ECPA's Secret Docket, 6 Harvard Law & Policy Review 313 (2012) (Smith is a U.S. Magistrate Judge for the Southern District of Texas, Houston Division).