CGN fixed/hashed nat question

Nick Hilliard nick at foobar.org
Wed Jan 23 14:41:58 UTC 2013


On 23/01/2013 14:17, Randy Bush wrote:
>> I am so glad that Dutch law enforcement officially confirmed that
>> logging is not allowed by law because of privacy impact, and that
>> port tracking is not required.
> 
> wow!  is there enough of what they are drinking to be shared widely?

This probably would be covered in Europe by the EU Data Retention Directive.

The European Court of Justice - whose judgements are binding on EU member
states - has been requested by both the austrian supreme court and the
irish high court for its opinion on the directive.  This judgement will
probably form the basis of EU-wide law in the area and could cause the
directive to be overturned, whether wholly or in part.  Separate to this,
the german constitutional court and the romanian supreme court have ruled
to one degree or other that the data retention directive is incompatible
with human rights.

https://publicaffairs.linx.net/news/?p=9385

Nick





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