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EU telecom ministers agree WRC position, talks continue on ePrivacy reform

Monday 10 June 2019 | 12:44 CET | News
The last meeting of EU telecoms ministers under the current European Commission and Parliament was held without making progress on the ePrivacy directive. The ministers did reach agreement on a common EU position for the World Radiocommunication Conference later this year, which is expected to be approved by the EU Council in the coming week. 

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