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Daily Dashboard | EU member states want looser data use rules in the ePrivacy regulation Related reading: TrustArc acquires Nymity

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As the European Commission continues to work on overhauling the ePrivacy regulation, member states are pushing for looser rules on when organizations can use data, EURACTIV.com reports. “A number of delegations consider the provision on permitted processing (Article 6) to be too restrictive and ask for more flexibility, also taking into account that the GDPR provides for a number of legal grounds for processing of personal data,” a report on ePrivacy negotiations states. Several member states want the data processing rules to be in line with what is in the General Data Protection Regulation.
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