The Czech Constitutional Court annulled the part of the Electronic Communications Act (Pl. US 24/10)

Plenary session of the Constitutional Court granted an application on March 22, 2011 of 51 Members of the Parliament of the Czech Republic and annulled the Section 97 Par. 3 and 4 of Act No. 127/2005 Coll., the Electronic Communications Act, as amended, and its implementing decree. According to the Constitutional Court, the above-mentioned legal regulation violates constitutional limits because it does not meet the requirements arising from the principle of legal state and requirements of limitation of the fundamental right to privacy as the right to informational determination within the Article 10 Par. 3 and the Article 13 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms.


When the chairman has the casting vote Právní fórum, 1, 2010