A long-running dispute between Microsoft and the Justice Department over providing the government with certain customer emails in criminal investigations will be refereed by the U.S. Supreme Court.

Without comment, the justices agreed to hear arguments in United States v. Microsoft, responding to the government’s dire assertion that a lower court ruling siding with Microsoft is causing “immediate, grave, and ongoing harm to public safety, national security, and the enforcement of our laws.”

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