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Wed, May 24 2017

ITT bankruptcy liquidator sues Microsoft in bid to preserve email

By Jim Christie (This story has been updated to add comments from Microsoft.)

ITT bankruptcy liquidator sues Microsoft in bid to preserve email

The trustee liquidating ITT Educational Services sued Microsoft Corp on Monday to prevent the software giant from destroying data it stores for the bankrupt for-profit college operator, including emails regarding lawsuits pressed by regulators.

Security experts find clues to ransomware worm's lingering risks

(Corrects spelling of first name in paragraph 22 of this May 18 story to Salim from Samil)

CORRECTED-Security experts find clues to ransomware worm's lingering risks

* WannaCry infections still at high levels in China, Russia-report

BRIEF-21Vianet Group says partnered with Microsoft and Tencent to launch Microsoft office online

* Says announced that it has partnered with Microsoft and Tencent to launch Microsoft office online Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

CORRECTED-Security experts find clues to ransomware worm's lingering risks

* WannaCry infections still at high levels in China, Russia-report

CORRECTED-RPT-Security experts find clues to ransomware worm's lingering risks

* WannaCry infections still at high levels in China, Russia-report

RPT-Cyber attack could spark lawsuits but not against Microsoft

Businesses that failed to update Microsoft Windows-based computer systems that were hit by a massive cyber attack over the weekend could be sued over their lax cyber security, but Microsoft Corp itself enjoys strong protection from lawsuits, legal experts said.

Cyber attack could spark lawsuits but not against Microsoft

Businesses that failed to update Microsoft Windows-based computer systems that were hit by a massive cyber attack over the weekend could be sued over their lax cyber security, but Microsoft Corp itself enjoys strong protection from lawsuits, legal experts said.

RPT-Cyber attack could spark lawsuits but not against Microsoft

May 15 Businesses that failed to update Microsoft Windows-based computer systems that were hit by a massive cyber attack over the weekend could be sued over their lax cyber security, but Microsoft Corp itself enjoys strong protection from lawsuits, legal experts said.

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