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 December 13, 2013  Posted by  Non-U.S.

William Dotinga reports:

A data mining directive passed by European lawmakers violates the very essence of the EU constitution through its scope and breadth, an adviser to the Court of Justice found Thursday.

Passed by both houses of the EU legislature in 2006, the law requires providers of telephone and electronic communications to collect traffic and location data – but not content – and retain the information for two years.

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