The Presidency of the EU Council is expected to propose yet another iteration of the proposed ePrivacy Regulation for the next meeting of the Working Party on Telecommunications and Information Society Nov. 7. Ever since the European Commission first presented its plans to overhaul the ePrivacy law in January 2017, the file has been mired in lobbying and conflicting positions of EU member states. Sources within the Finnish Justice Ministry said they are keen to get an agreement between member states before the end of the year. Jennifer Baker has the details in this piece for The Privacy Advisor.
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