Google's Top Lawyer Says Digital-Evidence Law Needs 'Fundamental Realignment'
Since the dawn of the digital age, tech companies have grappled with the protection of privacy rights amid demands from foreign and domestic authorities seeking evidence for investigations. Those competing pressures have meant a tricky balancing act—but Google's top lawyer has some ideas for making it easier.
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