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Daily Dashboard | European Commission shies away from proposal for single electronic identifier Related reading: Data clean rooms bring perceived privacy gap

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The European Commission backed down from its unique electronic identifier framework, Euractiv reports. The proposal to create a unique, lifelong identifier for users to conduct electronic transactions within Europe has been one of the more controversial reforms of the eIDAS regulation. Member states are mixed in their adoption of single identifiers. Austria and the Netherlands have laws against tracking its citizens using a sole identifier. Germany’s constitutional court ruled that permanent user identifiers were unconstitutional. However, they are in use in Belgium.
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