Apr 102014
 April 10, 2014  Posted by  Court, Non-U.S., Surveillance

DutchNews.nl reports:

Government plans to store footage of car number plates for up to four weeks to help solve ‘serious crimes’ may conflict with European privacy law, legal experts say in Thursday’s Trouw.

On Tuesday, the European court of justice said government schemes to store private individual’s phone and internet data is illegal because of the implications for privacy.

This may also apply to justice minister Ivo Opstelten’s plans to store car number plate information, lawyers told Trouw.

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