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[KG] EU Justice court rules metadata storage invalid

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“The Court takes the view that, by requiring the retention of those data and by allowing the competent national authorities to access those data, the directive interferes in a particularly serious manner with the fundamental rights to respect for private life and to the protection of personal data.”
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this is a very good thing.
needs to come to the US now.
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I just think better definitions and transparency need to come to this stuff. I am all for them keeping this data becuase I wan't law enforcement to be able to look back after a crime has taken place and follow suspects actions. Having no clue who your primary suspect was emailing/calling/texting.....etc is a definite hindrance to an investigation.

If they clearly defined what was being kept, their process for asking for it, how its reviewed, where its stored, and who has access to it I would be 100% behind it. I personally don't care too much as it is but I do understand some peoples fears and think 100% transparency around some of those processes I mentioned above would help alleviate that.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by t00sl0w View Post

this is a very good thing.
needs to come to the US now.

yeah right, highest bidder makes the laws here
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Where's the ruling that allows us to string the corrupt traitors within governments and the EU parliament itself from the highest branches as warning to future generations? Till we see them hang nothing will change. This includes all bankers and their masters, the owners of all central banks and the BIS, World Bank and IMF.
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So, wait:
EU tries to nail NSA, Facebook, Amazon, Google, Tweeter?
Who's the target?

Cause profiling through metadata is how "everybody and his mom" are spying on us and try to make monies.
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Wow, something GOOD to actually come from the EU.


Still, the UK needs out of it.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Liranan View Post

Where's the ruling that allows us to string the corrupt traitors within governments and the EU parliament itself from the highest branches as warning to future generations? Till we see them hang nothing will change. This includes all bankers and their masters, the owners of all central banks and the BIS, World Bank and IMF.

Yeah, plus we never asked for the EU. Our politicians silently ushered us under EU rule and nobody in the EU parliament is voted in. Our politicians who sold out to the EU did so for their own benefit, not Britains.
Edited by Thingamajig - 4/9/14 at 9:53am
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Originally Posted by b.walker36 View Post

I just think better definitions and transparency need to come to this stuff. I am all for them keeping this data becuase I wan't law enforcement to be able to look back after a crime has taken place and follow suspects actions. Having no clue who your primary suspect was emailing/calling/texting.....etc is a definite hindrance to an investigation.

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Your right. because thats common sense. But if anything the leaks have shown that there has been no common sense just pervasive, insidious state surveillance.
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