The EU’s new ePrivacy Regulation is making slow progress. EU telecom ministers met again in Brussels June 7 but made little headway. The current holder of the EU’s six-month rotating presidency, Romania, will hand over the baton to Finland July 1. Part of the issue bogging down the process is the debate over the role consent will play in the new regulation. However, Finland is set to take over the EU presidency and has made clear it intends to cut through the noise and galvanize the ePrivacy dossier. So there may be progress to come, David Thomas reports for The Privacy Advisor.
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