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Mobile & Wireless

German BNA tells operators to stick to law on data retention

Monday 1 July 2013 | 12:40 CET | News
Germany's Federal Network Agency (BNA) said it has contacted certain telecommunications providers requiring them to comply with regulations on data retention. It said certain operators had exceeded the legal framework for storing traffic data in cases of inclusive services. Some had exceeded the legal framework for storing the cell ID beyond requirements for calculating location-based tariffs, and for storing IMEI numbers.

Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Countries: Germany
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