EC launches public consultation on data breach rules

Stuart Sumner
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Brussels wants to publish rules to clarify when and how breaches should be reported

The European Commission (EC) has today launched a public consultation on the rules on how and where telecoms operators and ISPs should report data breaches. In May this year, the EC released an ePrivacy...

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