Jul 072009
 July 7, 2009  Posted by  Govt, Laws, Non-U.S., Online, Surveillance

TelecomPaper is reporting that the Dutch upper house of parliament rejected a government proposal to require telecom operators to store communications data for 12 months. A majority reportedly voted against the proposal “and called for the government instead to stick to the minimum period of six months indicated in the EU legislation.”

Update of 7-08:  Now TelecomPaper is reporting that they have conditionally agreed after some conditions were offered for telecoms.

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