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EU member states fail to agree on ePrivacy rules

Monday 25 November 2019 | 10:55 CET | News
EU member states have failed to agree on the scope of the proposed ePrivacy directive at a meeting of the Permanent Representatives Committee of the EU Council, reports Reuters. The draft directive for new privacy regulations on electronic communications was proposed back in January 2017 but EU countries have made little progress on approving the text, with several criticising the ePrivacy proposal as too restrictive, said the report.

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