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EU proposing to help police request data from tech companies

Thursday 8 June 2017 | 14:00 CET | News
The European Union is taking steps to help police collect electronic evidence directly from tech companies even when the data is stored in another EU member state, reports Reuters, citing EU justice commissioner Vera Jourova. "I am sure that now in the shadow of the recent terrorist attacks and increasing threats in Europe there will be more understanding among the ministers, even among those who come from countries where there has not been a terrorist attack," she said. The European Commission will therefore present three options to EU justice ministers which will form the basis of a future

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