While some other EU countries already react on the ECJ decision on abolishing the European Commission Directive 2006/24/EC on data retention by preparing steps towards abolishing their respective transpositions of laws in their national legislative, the Czech Republic seems to head in the opposite direction. The Czech police officials call for enhancing the data retention regulation. One of the novelties is that the Czech police want to have an access to data on the IP address and port of the target point of the connection. Moreover, there is no news that the politicians or government are in preparation of any amendments of the Czech data retention law or even appeal to the Czech constitutional court.
Your dynamic IP address is private if it can be tied to other pieces of information you supply.
The UK has released a statement of intent describing a forthcoming bill that would make major revisions to the the country's data protection law. The new rules would follow the EU's General Data Protection Regulation by strengthening rules for obtaining consent, making it easier for consumers to withdraw consent, and improving consumers' ability to access, move, and remove data about themselves. The bill would also expand the definition of "personal data" to include DNA and IP addresses and would make it a crime to re-identify individuals from anonymized data.