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Polish controller finds weaknesses in data retention rules

Wednesday 9 October 2013 | 15:58 CET | News
Data retention provisions in Poland do not sufficiently protect privacy and freedom of citizens against excessive interference of the state, according to findings of the Polish Supreme Control Authority (NIK). In Poland there is no independent body verifying the legitimacy of acquiring and usage of billing information. NIK evaluated positively, despite the irregularities, the activity of controlled bodies, services and systems in terms of procedures for the collection and processing of data retention, reports Media2.pl. The irregularities found concerned insufficient identification of an

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