- February 17, 2021
ePrivacy Regulation: path cleared for talks with the European Parliament
Progress of the draft ePrivacy Regulation (ePR) through the EU’s corridors of power has been slow, to say the least. But on 10 February, the Portuguese EU presidency finally received a mandate from the European Council to start negotiations with the European Parliament on the final version of the draft ePR , the younger sibling … Continue reading ePrivacy Regulation: path cleared for talks with the European Parliament →
- January 27, 2021
What can we make of the Portuguese presidency’s new draft of the ePrivacy Regulation?
On 5 January 2021, the Council of the EU – with Portugal serving as the President-in-Office – released a new draft version of the ePrivacy Regulation (the Regulation), which is meant to replace the ePrivacy Directive. The new draft does not include any amendments to the conceptual framework of the Regulation, but includes significant changes … Continue reading What can we make of the Portuguese presidency’s new draft of the ePrivacy Regulation? →