Denmark allows massive retention of location data for mobile internet

On 24 May 2017, the Danish telecom regulator announced its decision concluding that the retention of location data for mobile internet usage is lawful. With the decision, the regulator allowed for massive data retention, which seriously undermines citizens’ right to privacy, since it means they can be tracked at all times and the data is being stored.

Country: Denmark

Domains: Privacy

Tags: ePrivacy, telecom regulator, Internet traffic, data retention, data location, Denmark, decision, privacy

Posted on Wednesday 28 June 2017

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