Friday, September 09, 2005

Telcos don't like Clarke's data retention plans

European Telecommunications Network Operators's Association have complained about the UK government's plans for EU wide data retention, according to this morning's Guardian. They believe the data storage would breach EU privacy law and "would prove expensive and intrusive, with far-reaching implications for every citizen."

Update: Ian Brown at FIPR, has pointed me at this morning's Scotsman, which says Clarke loses battle over European terror plans

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