What about PI's conflict of interest?
Is this the same PI that has a business conflict of interest when dealing with Google or another one?
7 posts • joined 7 Jul 2007
<<The court ruled that EU law doesn't compel ISPs to reveal customer details in a civil case brought by a rights holder. >>
The court ruled that EU law does not compel Member States to compel ISPs...
<<National courts are in charge as to whether laws are introduced to that end on the ground.>>
Last time I looked, national courts didn't make the law (at least not in non-common-law jurisdictions)
Why is it that the UK authorities have no problems in tracking innocent people (mobile location data, traffic cameras, CCTV cameras, data retention by communications service providers, tracking of oyster cards, et cetera ad infinitum), yet find it almost impossible to keep track of people that they KNOW are guilty, from to tagged criminals to foreign paedophiles?
Perhaps the Justice Ministry should really crack down on crime and treat these people as harshly as they would if they were innocent.
DG Justice, Liberty and Security of the European Commission wrote the Data Retention Directive and is responsible for implementation of the Data Protection Directive. It is therefore simply ridiculous to try to teach that part of the Commission what the Data Retention means! It is inconceivable that Google does not know this.
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