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German court curbs data storage law

Germany’s top court curtailed a law on Wednesday requiring telecom firms to store phone and Internet data for six months, dealing a new blow to the government’s efforts to beef up anti-terrorism measures. Opposition politicians, civil liberties campaigners and many citizens had opposed the law, a divisive issue in a country haunted by memories of domestic spying by Hitler’s Gestapo and communist East Germany’s Stasi secret police. Full Story

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