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Similar metadata retention and surveillance legislation was deemed unlawful in July 2015 when the United Kingdom's high-court found the Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Act (DRIPA) "inconsistent with European Union law" with insufficient privacy safeguards.
The Commission also clearly noted that it would not come forward with any new initiatives on data retention.
Therefore, they must implement a data management solution appropriate to their size and needs and leverage the most appropriate technology to satisfy the EU data retention directive requirements.
Data retention is a real issue and one which should not be viewed as another legal "inconvenience".
This is appropriate because the semiconductor manufacturer is trying to determine the data retention for NVM used in an application where heat and power are applied at the same time.
Dell's Big Data retention solution combines Dell storage, including the DX Object Storage Platform, and RainStor[R] database technology, to help reduce the cost of retaining big data through data reduction, simplified data management and near-perfect scalability, which can provide easy access to the data by standard SQL BI/analytics tools.
Geer sees data retention as "problematic" as the government requires some way to prove to citizens that data is actually deleted when a proposed retention period ends.
18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- AppNeta, the technology leader of Full Stack Application Performance Management (APM) solutions, today announced the launch of its expanded data retention capabilities, increasing online retention by more than 1200%, from seven days to 90 days.
The senate inquiry was launched after ZDNet Australia reported that the attorney general's office was looking into a data retention scheme.
LIMA is Group 2000's portfolio for lawful interception and data retention products that provide reliable and cost-effective solutions for all types of communication networks and data.
The spread of viruses and worms as well as stricter data retention regulations have increased the sensitivity to data loss.
LUXEMBOURG -- MACH, the leading provider of cloud-based managed communication services, today announced TerraXDR - a complete data retention solution enabling network operators to reduce the cost and complexity of achieving compliance with Data Retention legislation.