Hogan Lovells has released its study of ePrivacy Regulation proposals and offered recommendations to address their shortcomings. "In summary, the essence of flexibility in the application of the [EU General Data Protection Regulation] created by [focusing] on risk is fundamentally missing from the proposed ePrivacy Regulation," stated a news release. To change ePrivacy's narrative, the study suggests lawmakers could widen legal bases for data processing, add risk-based considerations and exclude data processing that carries no risk to data subjects' privacy. Hogan Lovells Partner Eduardo Ustaran, CIPP/E, added that any framework "must be compatible with technological development and human progress."
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