Data Retention 2.0: Balancing Crime Prevention, Privacy, and Cost in a Post-Snowden World


Data retention keeps making headlines – and for good reason. Legislators in a number of countries around the world have either established or proposed laws that oblige providers of public electronic communications services to store and retain communications traffic and subscriber data for a minimum period of time. Concurrently, there has been no lack of legal challenges, or debate, by privacy advocates and communications industry representatives about such legislation.

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