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Daily Dashboard | Article 29 Working Party 'welcomes' proposed ePrivacy Regulation Related reading: Consolidating US privacy legislation: The SAFE DATA Act

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The Article 29 Working Party has issued its opinion on the proposed ePrivacy Regulation, saying "it welcomes the proposal" and "the choice for a regulation as the regulatory instrument" because it will help maintain consistency with the General Data Protection Regulation. The ePrivacy Regulation's "protection of confidential communication and terminal equipment" were not addressed by the GDPR, and the WP29 "supports the principled approach chosen in the Proposed Regulation of broad prohibitions and narrow exceptions, and the targeted application of the concept of consent," the opinion states. The group, however, did have four points of "grave concern," including the "tracking of the location of terminal equipment; the conditions under which the analysis of content and metadata is allowed; the default settings of terminal equipment and software;" as well as "tracking walls," which would lower protections offered under the GDPR.
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