Belgian govt proposes new data retention legislation

Monday 10 May 2021 | 10:47 CET | News
The Belgian government has approved new draft legislation requiring telecom operators to retain customer data. It's hoping to restore quickly the requirement, after the previous law was overturned in court. Under the new proposal, geography will be an important criteria in determining what data is saved. 

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