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The poor implementation of a phone and internet surveillance law by police and telecommunications companies means stored communications data is largely useless for solving crimes
A law forcing telecommunications companies to store data on its customers' internet and phone communications has had only limited success in combating terrorism and organised crime despite costing several hundred million kroner thus far, the Justice Ministry has admitted.
Despite this confession, the justice minister, Morten Bødskov (Socialdemokraterne), announced that there was no need to revise the law until the EU has completed its own study of the effectiveness of the 2006 Data Retention Directive that the Danish law is based on.
Internet surveillance laws under pressure | The Copenhagen Post | The Danish News in English
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