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CZECH REPUBLIC—Czech data retention law legislative process moving forward

07.01.2012
The legislative process that should reintroduce the Data Retention Directive to Czech law to replace the old law that was struck down by the Constitutional Court is ongoing. On 27 February, the government proposed an act amending the Act No. 127/2005 Coll., the Electronic Communications Act and some other acts. The proposal has already passed two readings in the Chamber of Deputies.

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