Dec 292014
 
 December 29, 2014  Featured News, Non-U.S.

Out-Law.com writes:

The UK government has raised objections to current EU proposals that would require businesses seeking to rely on “consent” as the lawful basis for processing personal data to ensure that that consent has been unambiguously given “for one or more specific purposes”.

It said those proposals are “unjustified” and called on EU law makers to instead turn to the definition of consent under existing EU data protection rules instead for setting the legal standard businesses would need to achieve for consent under the draft new General Data Protection Regulation.

Read more on The Register.

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