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Protect Children joins call to extend the temporary ePrivacy derogation to keep children safe online

Updated: Mar 26


Protect Children joins tens of child rights organizations across Europe to urge policymakers to extend the interim ePrivacy derogation to continue allowing interpersonal communications service providers to continue their efforts to detect, report, and remove child sexual abuse (CSA) online.

The extension of the interim ePrivacy derogation should not, however, be considered as a permanent solution but as the joint statement reiterates “this extension should only be considered as a transitory solution, as the core focus is to agree on a long-term framework, and promptly adopt the CSA Regulation.”

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