May 4, 2015 Featured News, Non-U.S., Surveillance
Glyn Moody reports:
As we noted a few weeks ago, data retention laws continue to fall in Europe. Then it was Bulgaria, following in the wake of Netherlands. Now we learn that the Constitutional Court of the Slovak Republic has similarly struck down the country’s data retention provisions, as reported by the European Information Society Institute
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