EU sues Sweden, demands law requiring ISPs to retain data

27 05 2009

The European Commission has moved to sue Sweden after the Nordic state failed to implement the EU’s Data Retention Directive in a timely fashion.

The Directive was passed back in 2006 and requires all EU member states to implement some form of data retention legislation, with terms of six month to two years. National laws were to be in place by March of this year, but Sweden still has yet to introduce a bill of its own.

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