EU Regulators Want To Limit Changes To Data Reform Plan

Law360, New York (October 9, 2012, 10:12 PM EDT) -- Europe's privacy regulators offered their latest evaluation of the bloc's proposed data protection overhaul on Friday, renewing their criticism of the European Commission's authority to make changes to the regulation while backing the proposal's definitions of personal data and consent.

In a “more detailed follow-up” to its March opinion that provided a “first general reaction” to the proposal, the Article 29 Working Party — an advisory panel composed of data protection authorities from the European Commission and European Union member states — continued to express “reservations”...
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