Sunday, 23 September 2018

EU court invalidates data retention rules

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Tuesday 08 April 14

Court of Justice says policy interferes with privacy rights.

The European Union's top court on Tuesday ruled that the EU's Data Retention Directive is invalid. Adopted in 2006, the rules stipulate that member states have to store individual citizens' electronic communications data – including voice call and SMS records…

The European Union's top court on Tuesday ruled that the EU's Data Retention Directive is invalid. Adopted in 2006, the rules stipulate that member states have to store individual citizens' electronic communications data – including voice call and SMS records…

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