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New EU rules on cross-border electronic identification finalised

New measures designed to boost cross-border trade within the EU are set to come into force after EU ministers gave their formal backing to rules on electronic identification (e-ID) and trust services. 29 Jul 2014

Data protection reforms should enable 'one time' patient consent to use of their data in medical research, says health body

New EU data protection laws should not force medical researchers to seek consent from patients each time they wish to use their data or tissue samples in a new research project, the European Society of Medical Oncologists (ESMO) has said. 29 Jul 2014

Businesses like Apple that view data stored on customer devices should be explicit about their reasons for access

Businesses like Apple should be explicit about the reasons why they access data stored on customer devices and should not simply rely on general permissions that do not specify the purposes for which the data accessed are used, an expert has said. 29 Jul 2014

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