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Daily Dashboard | Ireland introduces police, judicial communications data retention bill Related reading: Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade, placing other privacy rights in question

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The Irish Times reports proposed legislation would give Ireland's police force and judges the ability to order the retention of communications data for national security purposes. The Communications (Retention of Data) (Amendment) Bill 2022 was introduced by Minister of Justice Helen McEntee and crafted after the Court of Justice of the European Union ruled against Ireland’s data retention regime for being too broad in scope. Under the newly proposed bill, “general and indiscriminate retention of communications traffic and location data” would be allowed solely for national security purposes with approval of a High Court judge.
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