Sweden will continue to require Internet service providers to retain customer data despite a European Court of Justice ruling that invalidated the EU Data Retention Directive.  At the order of the Swedish Post and Telecom Authority ("PTS"), all Swedish ISPs have complied with Swedish data protection laws except Bahnhof, which faces a $675 million fine if it does not comply (Tele2 complied after its appeal of the order was rejected by a court).  Bahnhof has stated it will continue to resist the PTS and has called on the European Commission to take legal action against Sweden for violating the ECJ ruling.