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Chilean operators told to retain customer and call data for 2 years

Friday 18 August 2017 | 12:00 CET | News
The Chilean government and the country's telecommunications operators have agreed to an amendment to existing legislation that would require the latter to retain customer data for at least two years, reports Diario Financiero. Under the terms of the new regulation, which has yet to signed into law by president Michelle Bachelet, operators will need to keep records of all calls made as well as geolocation, messaging and subscriber data, plus IP addresses and even links visited, for a period of two years. The report said the decree specifies that the government will only be able to access the

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