EU Data Retention Directive "unlawful" and "incompatible" with Charter of Rights

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Key parts of Data Retention Directive unlawful under EU law

Key elements of the European Union Data Retention Directive, which successive UK governments have tried and failed to implement in the UK, are incompatible with the "Charter of Fundamental Rights" and,...

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