ePrivacy Regulation

Brace (and prepare) yourself: the GDPR is coming

Brace (and prepare) yourself: the GDPR is coming

On 25th May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will enter into force and start governing all aspects of EU personal data collection and management by websites and apps from anywhere in the world – what data is collected, how it's collected, how and where it's stored, where it's shared, and so on. 

ePrivacy: Regulatory implications and impact on digital SMEs

ePrivacy: Regulatory implications and impact on digital SMEs

On Thursday 7 December, the Developers Alliance hosted a Tech Policy Dialogue entitled "ePrivacy: Regulatory implications and impact on digital SMEs.". The event brought together industry representatives and policy-makers to discuss the ePrivacy Regulation and its potential consequences on small, innovative European businesses.

ePrivacy Regulation: a risk for European innovation

ePrivacy Regulation: a risk for European innovation

The European Parliament and EU Council are currently actively working on a new ePrivacy Regulation intended to replace the outdated 2002 ePrivacy Directive. The new framework, better known as the “cookie law,” sets new standards for securing online communications and tracking confidentiality.