European lawmakers expected to pass controversial telecom legislation

12/13/2005 | NYTimes.com

The European Parliament tomorrow is expected to approve a plan that would require telecoms to maintain records of phone calls and faxes for two years to help combat terrorism. The legislation, which also would require telecoms to keep e-mail records for at least six months, has drawn significant opposition from the industry and civil libertarians alike.

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