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EU approves new security, data protection requirements for wireless devices

Monday 1 November 2021 | 09:47 CET | News
The European Commission has approved new security requirements for wireless devices sold in the European Union. Assuming no objections from the European Parliament or Council, the update to the Radio Equipment Directive will come into force in two months, and manufacturers will then have 30 months to adapt their products. 

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