Big Brother Awards
quintessenz search  /  subscribe  /  upload  /  contact  
/q/depesche
/kampaigns
/topiqs
/doquments *
/contaqt
/about
/handheld
/subscribe
Linuxwochen Österreich Tour
RSS-Feed Depeschen RSS
Hosted by AKIS
2005_11_16,British_Presidency_COPEN_177_Telecom_132_Data_Retention_Trialogue_discussions_with_the_European_Parliament.pdf
Date: 2005-11-17

2005_11_16,British_Presidency_COPEN_177_Telecom_132_Data_Retention_Trialogue_discussions_with_the_European_Parliament.pdf

"The Presidency noted the positive tone of the meeting and the ongoing political willingness to work for a deal on the draft Directive by the end of this year, but it was also clear that the European Parliament is looking for flexibility from the Council on a number of key issues as set out in the report." This was the reaction of the British Presidency to the Ammendments of Alexander Nuno Alvara, Reporter of The European Parliament in the case of Data Retention, which reduced the costs for ISP's and CSP's and legalize the current British practice of data retention.

Click here to open the document
Linuxwochen Austria

meet q/uintessenz every friday

BigBrotherAwards





25. Oktober 2017
freier Eintritt
#BBA17
Big Brother Awards Austria
 related topiqs
 


 CURRENTLY RUNNING
bits4free 18. Jan. 2012: Ihre Meinung zählt
Liquid Democracy - direkte Demokratie durch Online-Partizipation?
 
 !WATCH OUT!
q/Talk, Di 29. Nov: Es gilt die unSchuldsvermutung!
Bürger unter Generalverdacht und stundenlange Einvernahme von Chattern