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PTS tells Bahnhof to submit subscriber information to police

Thursday 31 March 2016 | 15:35 CET | News
Swedish postal and telecoms regulator PTS has ordered ISP Bahnhof to submit subscriber details to law enforcement agencies when so required for investigation of a suspected crime. The company potentially faces a penalty of SEK 5 million if it does not comply by 07 April. The police has informed PTS that Bahnhof only releases details when there is suspiscion of a serious crime.

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