±Forensic Focus Partners

Become an advertising partner

±Your Account


Username
Password

Forgotten password/username?

Site Members:

New Today: 0 Overall: 35965
New Yesterday: 0 Visitors: 151

±Follow Forensic Focus

Forensic Focus Facebook PageForensic Focus on TwitterForensic Focus LinkedIn GroupForensic Focus YouTube Channel

RSS feeds: News Forums Articles

±Latest Articles

±Latest Videos

±Latest Jobs

UK Call Record retention on landlines

Discussion of forensic issues related to all types of mobile phones and underlying technologies (GSM, GPRS, UMTS/3G, HSDPA, LTE, Bluetooth etc.)
Subforums: Mobile Telephone Case Law
Reply to topicReply to topic Printer Friendly Page
Forum FAQSearchView unanswered posts
 
  

wotsits
Senior Member
 

UK Call Record retention on landlines

Post Posted: Apr 10, 19 23:29

In the UK communications data is required to be retained for 1 year and accessible to authorities.

Are the records for landlines and contract phones retained for longer? For example, on billing information you can see all the dialed numbers and times. Does this information have a longer retention period?  
 
  

dandaman_24
Senior Member
 

Re: UK Call Record retention on landlines

Post Posted: Apr 11, 19 10:49

The data you mentioned is retained for longer than a yr, how long though, it depends on the network.  
 
  

wotsits
Senior Member
 

Re: UK Call Record retention on landlines

Post Posted: Apr 12, 19 12:54

- dandaman_24
The data you mentioned is retained for longer than a yr, how long though, it depends on the network.


In general what is the range of retention for the large operators and landlines? Is the process for obtaining this data different from regular communications data?  
 

Page 1 of 1