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Telephony and internet providers will archive data about subscribers' calls

de Radu Rizea
Miercuri, 20 februarie 2008, 16:56 English | Top News

The Government approved in its Wednesday session a law draft which, in case it is approved in the Parliament, will force telephony and internet providers to put up archives containing data about the calls made by their subscribers. The archives will be preserved for 12 months and will include the identity of the callers, the time when the calls were made, the duration of calls and the destination of messages. The law draft forbids the archiving of conversation content or the information demanded and make all the archived data available for the Romanian intelligence services, in order to fight crime.

The law draft is the equivalent of the EU Directive for data archiving, adopted by the European Commission in 2006.

The cost of implementing the system falls into the responsibility of telecom service providers.

The Archives will be collected by the Interior Ministry, the Foreign Intelligence Service and the Romanian Intelligence Service. The archives will not include any personal data. 

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