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Discusses European regulatory trends in the area of eprivacy and data protection with the emphasis on upcoming legislation

Discusses European regulatory trends in the area of eprivacy and data protection with the emphasis on upcoming legislation

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Eprivacy: Regulatory trends in Europe Eprivacy: Regulatory trends in Europe Presentation Transcript

  • Review of the ePrivacy Directive: Pending Issues Rosa Barcelo Legal advisor European Data Protection Supervisor
  • Overview
        • ePrivacy Review: Legislative Process- EDPS & WP 29 Intervention
        • Pending Issues
        • Conclusion
  • ePrivacy Review: Legislative Process & EDPS Intervention
        • Legislative process
          • EP First reading: September 2008
          • Council Political Agreement: November 2008
          • Commission’s Amended Proposal: November 2008
          • EP Second Reading & Trialogues: Target: end April
        • EDPS & WP 29
          • EDPS Opinion April 2008
          • EDPS Comments September 2008
          • EDPS Opinion January 2009
          • WP 29 Opinion May 2008
          • WP 29 Opinion February 2009
  • Pending Issues I
        • IP addresses
          • EP: Review and report provision
          • Commission: report recital
          • Council: nothing
          • WP 29 ongoing opinions (consistent line )
        • IP addresses and question of three strikes approach (Universal Services Directive)
  • Pending Issues II
        • Browser Settings (5.3)
          • EP: prior opt in (& opt out at the same time)
          • Council & Commission: maintains opt out
          • WP 29 objection
        • MMS, SMS, (13.1)
          • “ SMS, MMS and similar technologies” (Recital)
        • Cookies & Spyware (not controversial) (5.3)
  • Pending Issues III
        • Overall Scope
          • Publicly accessible private networks?
        • Processing for security purposes
          • EP, Commission and Council: Different versions
        • Legal actions initiated by ISPs/ and other legal persons for violation of spam/other provisions
  • Conclusions
        • Positive:
          • Data breach, legal action by ISPs, cookies & spyware, more powers for authorities
        • Not necessary:
          • Browser settings, processing for security purposes
        • rosa.barcelo @ edps.europa.eu
        • www.edps.europa.eu
        • Tel: 02/2831927
        • Postal address:
        • Rue Wiertz 60 - B-1047 Brussels