[pp.int.general] Highest german court declares data retention unconstitutional

Jerry Weyer jerry.weyer at pp-international.net
Tue Mar 2 17:17:43 CET 2010


Victory yes, but the battly continues! The law itself is invalid, but not
the european Directive! Now the protest at european level must get even
bigger to get this Directive changed!


On Tue, Mar 2, 2010 at 5:15 PM, Christian Hufgard
<pp at christian-hufgard.de>wrote:

> Hi,
> well, the word is allready spreading, but maybey not everboy noticed
> yet. The highest german court today declared the data retention
> unconstitutional.
> http://news.smh.com.au/breaking-news-technology/german-court-orders-telecoms-records-deleted-20100303-pgo5.html
> Only in the way, the law has been declared until today, but the placed
> some very high barriers. No need to say, that lot of pirates have been
> attending the process today and have been fighting on the streets the
> last years for this victory.
> Christian
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