Graham Dwyer phone data case referred to EU Court of Justice
Chief Justice gives preliminary view that Irish rules on retention of phone data are not ‘robust’ enough
The Supreme Court has referred several key issues in the Graham Dwyer phone data case to the European Union Court of Justice.
The court was considering the state’s appeal against a 2018 High Court ruling that certain provisions of the 2011 Communications Act used by gardaí to access the murderer’s communications data contravened both EU law and an international human rights convention.
In its preliminary findings – subject to the CJEU’s ruling...
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