[governance] FW: TP: city government exercising policy on Google Applications / consumer rights / Consumer Protection Act / trial period

Roland Perry roland at internetpolicyagency.com
Thu Jul 14 05:23:37 EDT 2011

In message <4E1EA33C.10500 at digsys.bg>, at 11:05:16 on Thu, 14 Jul 2011, Daniel
Kalchev <daniel at digsys.bg> writes
>PPS: By the way, law like that requiring ISPs to keep record of their
>customers Internet usage and provide access to that data to Government has
>passed already in Bulgaria.

It's the law in Europe:


        "The Data Retention Directive requires Member States to oblige
        providers of publically available electronic communications services or
        of public communications networks to retain traffic and location data
        for between six months and two years for the purpose of the
        investigation, detection and prosecution of serious crime."
Roland Perry
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