Sometimes we get caught up in a very nation-centric view of the world.

In the USA, from time to time, many business entities and individuals struggle with the requirements of the USA Patriot Act and what records have to be maintained, and by whom and for how long.

So it was with special interest for our readers that we post an article recently written by Melissa Eddy and Verna Schmitt-Roschmann, about a German Data-Retention Law being overturned.   Germany’s Federal Constitutional Court overturned a law allowing authorities to retain data on telephone calls and e-mails for 6 months.

For those managers of information systems security functions and those responsible for security training as related to multi-national regions within their global organizations, we hope that you will find value as you  read this entire article and, hopefully, add this information to your resource library for further reference.

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