ePrivacy: Over-regulation or opportunity?

By |september 7th, 2018|data privacy, data protection, e-Privacy, ePrivacy, GDPR, News, online privacy|

As debate over the draft ePrivacy Regulation resumes, it transpires that economic research from the ad tech lobby has grossly misled the European Parliament and the Council, writes Dr Johnny Ryan.

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EU Elections 2019: Data protection a priority for next parliament, forecast shows

By |september 3rd, 2018|Cambridge Analytica, Claude Moraes, data protection, data regulation, ePrivacy, EU-US privacy shield, European Union, GDPR, News|

The next European Parliament is likely to offer citizens better protection of their data, according to a study conducted by a leading European think tank. At the same time, concerns are growing about the adequacy of an EU-US deal on exchanging personal...

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Industry groups amp up lobby campaign to topple ePrivacy bill

By |maj 31st, 2018|Cambridge Analytica, data protection regulation, e-Privacy, ePrivacy, ePrivacy Regulation, Facebook, GDPR, Joe McNamee, Mark Zuckerberg, News|

Dozens of industry associations have made a last-ditch effort to water down the draft ePrivacy legislation before national telecoms ministers gather to discuss the file next week in Luxembourg.

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Commission demands EU leaders approve deadlocked ePrivacy bill

By |maj 15th, 2018|Cambridge Analytica, data analytics, data privacy, data protection, data protection regulation, e-Privacy, ePrivacy, ePrivacy Regulation, Facebook, GDPR, News, Věra Jourová|

The European Commission is amping up pressure on EU leaders to approve a controversial privacy bill, deadlocked in legal talks for more than a year, after the data breach scandal involving Facebook and Cambridge Analytica.

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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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Gabriel: Facebook users ‘need to know what happened with their data’

By |marec 29th, 2018|artificial intelligence, Cambridge Analytica, data analytics, data privacy, data protection regulation, Digital Single Market, ePrivacy, ePrivacy Regulation, Facebook, fake news, GDPR, internet search engines, Mariya Gabriel, News, online platforms|

Facebook users “need to know what happened with their data” following reports over a week ago that millions of profiles on the social media platform were secretly used to help political campaigns, EU Digital Commissioner Mariya Gabriel said.

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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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Tweets of the Week: Me Too, Glyphosate, and ePrivacy

By |oktober 27th, 2017|ePrivacy, European Parliament, glyphosate, News|

"Me too" hashtag sparks harassment debate, Commission loses over glyphosate hate, and ePrivacy vote opens lobby floodgate.

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MEPs approve ePrivacy bill amid political fight

By |oktober 19th, 2017|data privacy, data protection, e-Privacy, ePrivacy, ePrivacy Regulation, News, telecommunciations, Telecoms regulations, telecoms regulatory framework, Whatsapp|

MEPs in the European Parliament’s Civil Liberties Committee (LIBE) approved stricter new privacy rules for telecoms services and apps like WhatsApp and Skype that divided political groups and drew backlash from the telecoms and tech industries.

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