Trump administration wants access to data stored in UK

data stored in London to U.S. authorities

The president Donald trump’s administration has made an agreement with United Kingdom in significance of securing the US borders. But it might make a way to unassertive path.

The delegates from technology world from both the nations developing a plan about two years. The plan for tech companies to use simultaneously the data stored in both the countries act according to the law enforcement agencies in both the countries.

United States to hand over data stored in London to U.S. authorities.

But the agreement between the two political groups of U.S. senator’s wants to change even in fighting the terrorism. Tech giants and various U.S. law enforcement agencies have had a few recent battles over privacy.

Existing legal pattern doesn’t require a company with headquarters in the United States to hand over data stored in London to U.S. authorities.

The Department of Justice issued guidelines that no longer prevent tech companies from notifying customers when law enforcement goes investigating through their data. The announcement came after Microsoft sued the DOJ over the orders in 2016.

Microsoft was pleased with the new guidelines, but acknowledged that new rules don’t provide the same protections as law.

As for the data-sharing agreement between the U.S. and UK. The White House’s National Security Council said it strongly supports the legislation and urges Congress to pass it.