European Union Article 29 Working Party Opines on Device Fingerprinting
On November 25, 2014, the European Union Article 29 Working Party issued a benchmark opinion stating that the ePrivacy Directive on data protection and privacy concerns does apply to device fingerprinting. While this may end up being a costly blow to many organizations, it is a clear win for users in the areas of personal data usage and privacy protection.
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