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Daily Dashboard | Study: EU requires fresh approach on ePrivacy Related reading: Notes from the IAPP Editorial Director, September 24, 2021



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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