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Business rejects EU data law plans
5 June 2003

'"We are not convinced law enforcement agencies understand how much data they'll have to deal with." Farrell said the coalition was opposed to data retention but supported data preservation where law enforcement agencies could ask a service provider to preserve data on a specified customer rather than for everyone.' link

Posted by SteveC at 01:44 PM Thu 5 Jun 2003 Categories: , Data retention , Govt. Consultations