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Dutch industry groups warn of wider negative impact from ePrivacy reforms

Tuesday 25 September 2018 | 15:34 CET | News
A group of Dutch industry groups has come out against the proposed changes to the EU's ePrivacy directive. Nederland ICT, DDMA, the Mediafederatie and MKB Nederland said the proposal conflicts with the General Data Protection Regulation which took effect in May and could have a detrimental effect a wide number of small business. They called on the Dutch government to take action and consider better the consequences of the legislation on businesses. 

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