Microsoft (John Vassallo) wrote to the European Commission on the enforcement review:
Data protection and IP enforcement must be reconciled. Data protection rules presently prevent some internet evidence gathering and civil cases altogether in some Member States – even against corporate infringers. This runs directly counter to the TRIPs Agreement. Fundamental rights to protection of privacy, intellectual property and justice must all be respected.
Details in the section under the title “Data protection and IP enforcement must be reconciled.”. Specifically their concern is access to IP data.
These fundamental rights can and should be implemented in a complementary and consistent way throughout the EU both to protect privacy interests and to permit rights owners to protect their IP through both civil and criminal enforcement.