Feb 062012
 
 February 6, 2012  Featured News, Laws, Non-U.S.

Jennifer Baker reports:

Digital rights groups in Europe have called for a ban on blanket data retention after a leaked internal memo from the European Commission admitted that there are significant problems with the current EU Data Retention Directive.

The German Working Group on Data Retention (AK Vorrat) published the leaked memo, which lists various issues that the Commission believes must be addressed in the 2006 law. It says that because the law is implemented in different ways in different member states, it disrupts the single market.

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