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Deutsche Telekom calls for changes to EU proposed e-evidence rules

Friday 5 October 2018 | 11:42 CET | News
Pertri acknowledged the current system needs improvement, to help law enforcement authorities gain access faster to critical data. However, the German operator is concerned about the proposal to allow authorities to go directly to a service provider with a request for information, rather than first seeking a court order. The company noted that criminal investigation and law enforcement are sovereign tasks and should not be outsourced to private companies.

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Categories: General
Companies: Deutsche Telekom / European Commission
Countries: Germany
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