Sunday, 18 April 2021

EU again condemns national laws on mass data retention in UK, France & Belgium

by Harry Baldock, Total Telecom
Tuesday 06 October 20

The EU Court of Justice (CJEU) said that the indiscriminate collection and retention of personal communications data for national security means violates citizens rights

France, Beligum, and the UK are among a number of European countries that currently require their telecoms operators to collect and store customers’ traffic and location data for intelligence purposes.     However, a ruling today handed down by the CJEU has deemed that such measures are illegal unless there is a direct threat to national or public security…

France, Beligum, and the UK are among a number of European countries that currently require their telecoms operators to collect and store customers’ traffic and location data for intelligence purposes.     However, a ruling today handed down by the CJEU has deemed that such measures are illegal unless there is a direct threat to national or public security…

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