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Several dozen activists, from organisations including Greenpeace, Digitalcourage, Digitale Gesellschaft and AK Vorrat, gathered in Berlin on Saturday to protest against data retention in Germany. Abseiling Greenpeace activists unfurled a huge ant-TTIP banner on the Social Democratic Party (SPD) party headquarters (Willy-Brandt-Haus) with the slogan "Protect democracy: Willy Brandt would stop TTIP [Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership between the US and EU]" on it. Delegates from the SPD had gathered at Willy-Brandt-Haus for a convention to discuss many issues including new data retention law. The new legislation has been drafted by the Merkel's government after previous 2007 data retention law was annulled by the Constitutional Court in 2010 over privacy infringement. The new law foresees the retention by telecom companies for 10 weeks of key phone metadata including the number dialled; call duration as well as Internet Provider (IP) addresses for the use of Germany's law enforcement and security agencies.
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