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UK 'snoopers charter' claimed to break EU law
16 October 2003

'The data retention regimes in operation or preparation in at least ten European states are unlawful, and breach the European Convention on Human Rights, according to a legal opinion released today.' link

Posted by SteveC at 12:39 PM Thu 16 Oct 2003 Categories: Data retention , Human Rights , Surveillance & Security , The Register