After Facebook scandal, MEPs argue the GDPR isn’t enough

By |april 19th, 2018|Andrus Ansip, Antonio Tajani, Axel Voss, Birgit Sippel, Cambridge Analytica, Daniel Dalton, data, data privacy, ePrivacy, ePrivacy Regulation, Facebook, GDPR, Geoffroy Didier, Jan Philipp Albrecht, Mark Zuckerberg, News, Sophie in 't Veld|

The EU needs more legal safeguards to prevent massive privacy breaches like the current scandal over Facebook and British political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica, MEPs from different political parties argued on Wednesday (18 April).

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Broadcasting rules bring new dramatic twist to digital single market talks

By |december 12th, 2017|Andrus Ansip, Birgit Sippel, broadcasting, copyright, Digital Single Market, Jean-Claude Juncker, media policy, News, satellite, Tiemo Wölken, Virginie Rozière|

A rumble in the European Parliament has added a dramatic twist to frantic negotiations over the EU’s flagship digital single market proposals.

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Lead MEP: member states’ slow pace on ePrivacy is unacceptable

By |november 14th, 2017|advertising, Birgit Sippel, data privacy, e-Privacy, ePrivacy, ePrivacy Regulation, European Parliament, Internet of Things, lobbying, Marju Lauristin, News, telecoms regulatory framework|

Different political groups need to accept the European Parliament’s agreement on the draft ePrivacy regulation, even though conservative and centre-right MEPs opposed the bill, Birgit Sippel said in an interview with EURACTIV.com.

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Lead MEP: member states’ slow pace on ePrivacy is unacceptable

By |november 14th, 2017|advertising, Birgit Sippel, data privacy, e-Privacy, ePrivacy, ePrivacy Regulation, European Parliament, Internet of Things, lobbying, Marju Lauristin, News, telecoms regulatory framework|

Different political groups need to accept the European Parliament’s agreement on the draft ePrivacy regulation, even though conservative and centre-right MEPs opposed the bill, Birgit Sippel said in an interview with EURACTIV.com.

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