Agreement on e-Privacy Proposal
Revisions of processing of communications data and metadata.
- 1 hr1 hour
- Location 1
This interview reviews the e-Privacy proposal and how it relates to the processing of data and metadata. We review the following areas -Revised rules on the protection of privacy and confidentiality in the use of electronic communications services. These updated ‘ePrivacy’ rules with defined cases in which service providers are allowed to process electronic communications data or have access to data stored on end-users’ devices. Review of a good balance between solid protection of the private life of individuals and fostering the development of new technologies and innovation. Review the existing ePrivacy directive of 2002 is needed to cater for new technological and market developments, such as the current widespread use of Voice over IP, web-based email and messaging services, and the emergence of new techniques for tracking users’ online behaviour. Review of the draft ePrivacy regulation that aims to repeal the existing ePrivacy directive. Review of data protection regulation (GDPR), and how it will particularise and complement the GDPR. example, in contrast to the GDPR, many ePrivacy provisions will apply to both natural and legal persons. -Reviewing if this is responsible change to the general public Recommended for Technology experts, Legal, Public Administration, Public, and any economic growth organisation, human rights
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