Germany Faces 32.5 Million-Euro Data Retention Fine, FAS SaysNiklas Magnusson
Germany may be fined at least 32.5 million euros ($43 million) if it doesn’t make a decision by April 26 on implementing European Union guidelines on data retention, Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung reported.
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