In a blog post on the company's website, Brave Chief Policy & Industry Relations Officer Johnny Ryan publicized a letter sent to EU governments that pitched for strong privacy protections in any ePrivacy Regulation proposals. "Brave’s letter, sent this morning, summarizes why a prohibition on cookie walls is necessary," Ryan wrote in the post. "It also supports the 'privacy by default' requirement for web browsers and operating systems." European Digital Rights also announced it joined four advocacy groups in sending their own letter to EU member states regarding a stringent ePrivacy Regulation.
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