Wednesday, 08 December 2021

EU set to reform e-privacy laws after compromise

by Harry Baldock, Total Telecom
Thursday 11 February 21

After four years of negotiations, EU member states have finally reached an agreement to reforming the e-privacy directive

Back in 2017, the European Commission announced a proposed update the ePrivacy directive from 2002, so that it covered all businesses that offer digital communication services, such as VoIP and other emerging data mediums. At the time, the telecom operators argued that while they agreed with the principles of confidentiality of communications, they were concerned that so…

Back in 2017, the European Commission announced a proposed update the ePrivacy directive from 2002, so that it covered all businesses that offer digital communication services, such as VoIP and other emerging data mediums. At the time, the telecom operators argued that while they agreed with the principles of confidentiality of communications, they were concerned that so…

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