> everything forever.  With disk prices falling
> as they are, keeping everything is cheaper
> than careful selective deletion, that's for
> sure.

I disagree.

We've been helping the German "Toll Collect" system (as
discussed in this thread as well) setting up and implementing
their data privacy concept. This concept requires Toll Collect
to delete almost any data after a certain (quite short, actually)
amount of time. Even with disk prices falling they save lots
and lots of money (even compared to what we charged them for
telling them... :-) ).



Symposium Wirtschaftsspionage 03.09.2008 KA/Ettlingen
Stefan Kelm
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