A decision adopted by the European Parliament’s Civil Liberties Committee to revise the European Union’s e-privacy rules was backed by the plenary. It was approved by 318 votes to 280, with 20 abstentions.
Parliament will start the talks with member states on the new e-Privacy regulation as soon as member states have agreed on their own negotiation position.
“The European Parliament today made the right choice and stood firm against the industry lobby over control of individuals’ communica...
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