Several Polish organizations have voiced their concerns regarding the ePrivacy Regulation to Polish ministers and Polish members of the European Parliament, Telecompaper reports. The groups are concerned there will be a shortfall of revenue from targeted advertising if users do not provide the proper consent for tracking. The eight groups include the Association of Internet Industry Employers IAB Poland, the Polish Chamber of Commerce, the Lewiatan Confederation, the Polish Chamber of Information Technology and Telecommunications, the International Advertising Association IAA Poland, the Organisation of Market Opinion Research Companies, Startup Poland and ZIPSEE Cyfrowa Polska. (Registration may be required to access this story.)
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