Digital rights campaigners celebrate latest ECJ ruling
Digital rights campaigners claimed victory at the European Court of Justice (ECJ) last week, when the court threw out the EU's data retention Directive.
Digital rights campaigners claimed victory at the European Court of Justice (ECJ) last week, when the court threw out the EU's data retention Directive. The ruling could see increased protection of privacy for citizens.
Current Irish data retention legislation requires telecommunications firms to gather data about customer calls, texts, emails, and their locations and to store it for up to two years.
TJ McIntyre, chairman of Digital Rights Ireland, said the ECJ ruling would require...
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