CCIA joins industry call for a rethink on the ePrivacy Regulation

BY CCIA Staff
October 8, 2019

Brussels, BELGIUM — CCIA and like-minded industry associations from all sectors called on EU Member States to rethink the proposed ePrivacy Regulation. Without a major overhaul of the text, Europe’s digital transformation will be severely hampered as a result of the legal uncertainty and rigidity brought about by the ePrivacy Regulation. Read the full letter here.

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