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The European Court of Justice (ECJ) gave a verdict on Tuesday that restricts the keeping of data without cause in France and Germany. This has made the Europe's Data Retention Rules stronger within the continent.
French Case Against Europe's Data Retention Rules
The French Financial Markets Authority (Autorité des marchés financiers) allegedly flouted civil rights pertaining to data management. They obtained personal data from telephone calls that had been stored for a year in case the information might be useful for criminal investigators.
BREAKING: On Tuesday the European Court of Justice ruled that German data retention rules are not compatible with EU law. The ECJ in Luxembourg said that citizens' communications data may not be stored without cause. pic.twitter.com/duNkSser3l