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Bloomberg reports the EU’s data protection overhaul faces months of delays after some member states have demanded more time to sign off on a law that would fine companies as much as 100 million euros for privacy violations. An anonymous EU official said the measures are unlikely to pass before European Parliament elections in May, noting the measure is “too complicated and sensitive” for member states to reach a deal this week. “If there’s not the necessary political will, the whole regulation is at risk,” said MEP Jan Philipp Albrecht.
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