The Permanent Representatives Committee of the Council of the European Union has rejected the draft ePrivacy Regulation brought forth by the Finnish Presidency of the Council of the EU, according to advocacy organization European Digital Rights. Politico Europe Senior Policy Reporter Laurens Cerulus reports more than a dozen countries objected to the text. “The next Commission of [Ursula] von der Leyen could consider withdrawing or re-drafting the text. Meanwhile, telecom ministers will have to do with a ‘progress report’ by the Finnish presidency [Dec.] 3, at their telecom council meeting,” Cerulus wrote on Twitter.
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