EU Regulators Cast Doubt On Jan. 1 Privacy Reform Deadline

Law360, New York (March 7, 2014, 6:12 PM EST) -- A trio of European Union privacy regulators on Friday shot down suggestions that stalled efforts to reform the bloc’s data protection regime were dead, but conceded that hammering out an agreement may go past the current Jan. 1 deadline.

During a keynote panel at the International Association of Privacy Professionals’ annual summit in Washington, D.C., data protection regulators from the U.K., France and the Netherlands discussed the intense debate currently raging in the EU over an overhaul to the bloc’s data protection regime that was proposed...
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