EU ePrivacy Regulation In January 2017, the European Commission published a draft ePrivacy Regulation as part of a process to replace the current ePrivacy Directive, aiming to consolidate member state implementation and align with the General Data Protection Regulation, which comes into …

The ePrivacy Directive is part of the regulatory framework for electronic communications. In 2016, the Commission adopted the proposal for a Directive establishing the European Electronic Communications Code ("EECC") 4, which revises the framework. EUROPE: e-Privacy Regulation – changes regarding Aug 01, 2019 Michael Kyprianou - The ePrivacy regulation: When and why Internet users located within the EU Internet users, mainly those browsing within the EU, will see changes in service policies and the way their communication data are being handled. Depending on the final text of the ePR they could see a significant reduction in popups and advertisement spam, though critics worry the ePR might block their

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Jun 12, 2019 Cookie Consent and the ePrivacy Regulation (formerly The intention of the effort is to foster security and trust in digital services in order to boost the EU digital economy and ensure the fundamental rights of users are protected. The move complements the implementation of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). ePrivacy Regulation: European Parliament says yes to The European Parliament has approved the amended text of the EU ePrivacy Regulation, a.k.a. the Lauristin Report. What you should know. EUR-Lex - 52017PC0010 - EN - EUR-Lex