The Bulgarian presidency, currently leading the European Council, has released a new working draft of the ePrivacy Regulation. "For the purposes of the WP TELE meeting of 28 March, delegations will find in Annex a revised text of the ePrivacy proposal ... focusing on Articles 8, 10, 15 and 16 and related recitals. The revisions are inspired by WP TELE discussions held on the basis of the presidency discussion papers," the document's introduction states. The latest changes to the text are underlined. Meanwhile, the EU's General Court, the region's second-highest court, is backing proponents of more transparency in the EU trilogue process. In a ruling Thursday, the court said the European Parliament should provide more documents covering discussions between legislators and the European Council. "The work of the trilogues constitutes a decisive stage in the legislative process," the court stated.
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