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EU justice committee passes amended ePrivacy directive

Thursday 19 October 2017 | 15:33 CET | News
The European Parliament's Civil liberties, Justice and Home affairs Committee (LIBE) has approved the revised ePrivacy directive. Telecom industry groups have opposed the directive first proposed by the European Commission in January and said the LIBE committee has made the legislation even worse for the sector.

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