ENISA Study Reveals Inconsistencies in Collection and Storage of Personal Data

The European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA) recently published a new study on the collection and storage of personal data in the EU. This study assesses how the principles of minimal disclosure and minimum duration, at the core of the legal framework for online providers, are being implemented across the different EU Member States. In the context of the reform of the Data Protection Directive, ENISA recommends that conflicting personal data provisions between countries should be eliminated. Users of online services should also be more informed about their rights outlined in data protection legislation. Read the Full Report