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Daily Dashboard | MEP urges Council of the European Union to resume ePrivacy Regulation work Related reading: FTC fines Microsoft $20M for alleged COPPA violations


Euractiv reports European Parliament's ePrivacy Regulation rapporteur Birgit Sippel called on the Swedish Presidency of the Council of the European Union to give attention to the long-stalled proposal. In her letter to Swedish leadership calling for a meeting on the proposal, Sippel said "it seems crucial to me that we now make progress on this legislative act" as the EU presses forward with its digital strategy. The ePrivacy Regulation was first proposed in 2017, but issues over law enforcement access and retention with digital communications data plagued EU institutions' trilogue negotiations.
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