European Parliament’s Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs adopted a proposal by MEP Patrick Breyer to emphasize privacy and fundamental rights in the proposed Digital Services Act, Reuters reports. The European Commission proposed the DSA last year. The recent changes included a phasing out of personalized targeting for non-commercial and political advertising. “It is clear that the European Parliament proposal will be much more ambitious than the Commission’s proposal, in some aspects it could be groundbreaking,” Breyer said.
Editor’s note: IAPP Staff Writer Jennifer Bryant reported on details of the Digital Services Act for The Privacy Advisor.
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