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EU Sues Sweden, Demands ISP Data Retention 315

Posted by samzenpus
from the save-it-or-else dept.
Death Metal writes "The EU passed the Data Retention Directive years ago, a law that demands ISPs and search engines hold onto data long enough to help the cops (but not long enough to cause privacy problems). But Sweden never passed it into national law, and the European Commission has now sued the country to make sure a bill appears."
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EU Sues Sweden, Demands ISP Data Retention

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