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European Policy, Government Surveillance, Privacy & Data

CDT & PI Third-Party Intervention

Following the 2014 decision of the Court of Justice of the EU to strike down an EU-wide mandatory data retention scheme because it breached privacy rights, the national data retention laws of a number of EU Member States have also come under scrutiny. CDT and Privacy International have now intervened in a case against France to argue that the country’s sweeping data retention requirements violate EU law, as well as the European Convention on Human Rights.

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