The European Parliament and Council of the European Union are set to engage in Trilogue negotiations after the eIDAS Regulation legislation, which creates a continent-wide framework for digital identity, was approved by Parliament last week. The proposal was passed with 418 votes in favour, 103 against and 24 abstaining. The legislation requires very large online platforms with more than 45 million European users to approve the digital identity as a logon credential.
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