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The European Commission wants to quicken the pace of passing the proposed data protection regulation, which is currently held up in the European Parliament’s civil liberties committee, EUObserver reports. Commissioner for Justice Viviane Reding, who in July appealed to member states to place the bill on an EU summit in the fall, said, “I would find it helpful if the European Council in October, which will deal with the European single market, could address this matter and speed up the work in the council on this important file.” Hunton & Williams’ Bridget Treacy noted, “Over the past few months, there has been widespread discussion of a risk-based approach to data protection regulation and some detailed exploration of the key elements of such an approach under the Irish presidency.” EU lawmakers have said they want the reforms passed by May 2014.
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