Who can access your email data? It’s a question before the highest court in the land. The Supreme Court heard arguments this week over the future of cloud data security. The federal government wants access to email data for an American case, but because the data is physically stored on a server in another country Microsoft argues it can’t give the government access. The case revolves around an electronic privacy law passed in 1986, five years before the world wide web. Law professor and former Justice Department employee Jennifer Daskal says in the age of cloud computing, federal privacy laws haven’t kept up. She joins Soledad O’Brien for a conversation on the case and the future of your data privacy.