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 March 11, 2011  Posted by  Non-U.S.

Peter Fleischer writes:

When Europe introduced a Data Retention Directive in 2006, it struck a very very careful political and legal balance between the interests of privacy and the interests of Law Enforcement/ Government access to data. The core distinction of the laws was to impose an obligation on service providers to retain and produce traffic data relating to communications, but to exclude contents of communications.


Surprisingly, very few people have noticed what just happened in France. The law (decree, technically) adopted a few days ago in France up-ended the careful political/legal balance of the Directive by inserting one little word: “passwords”.

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