Feb 162015
 
 February 16, 2015  Non-U.S.

Telecompaper reports:

The civil rights groups Bits of Freedom and Privacy Cafe have set up a website to raise opposition to the proposed data retention legislation in the Netherlands. On the site stopdebewaarplicht.nu, they lay out their arguments for opposing the law and why it violates the constitution. Visitors to the site can access form letters, tweets and Facebook posts to send to their communications providers in order to express their opposition to the legislation.

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You can follow Bits of Freedom on Twitter @bitsoffreedom.

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