CCIA, Tech Industry Cautiously Welcome Council’s Position On Data Protection

BY Christian Borggreen
June 15, 2015

Brussels – The Computer & Communications Industry Association joined others in the Industry Coalition for Data Protection in a statement expressing optimism ahead of the adoption this week of the Council General Approach on the General Data Protection Regulation. After years of hard work, this is a significant milestone in developing a key building block for Europe’s digital economy.

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