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On Friday Microsoft defended its right to break into customers’ accounts to read emails if it suspected it had been the victim of a crime. This came after the tech giant admitted in federal court documents that it had forced its way into a blogger’s Hotmail account to track down and stop a leak of software.
Leader of European Union's Cyber Security Agency Honored SAN FRANCISCO, Feb.
Microsoft officials revealed on Friday that the Redmond, Washington-based company had been targeted by the same hackers who had previously set their sights on Apple and Facebook.
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