15 May 2017
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Council foresees "strong and effective legislation" on data retention, encryption and "online investigation powers"
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See: NOTE from: Presidency to: Delegations: EU Cybersecurity Strategy Roadmap - finalisation (8901/17, LIMITE, 11 May 2017, pdf)
There are no accompanying notes on progress related to any of these initiatives - but the Council is continuing to seek ways to re-introduce EU-wide retention of telecommunications data in line with the requirements of the European Court of Justice, and discussions on encryption and other "cyber" issues have been ongoing for some time.
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