The ICO has published a summary of the key points from the G7 data protection and privacy authorities’ two-day discussion, which was held on the 7th and 8th September. The meeting was aligned with the Roadmap for Cooperation on Data Free Flow with Trust announced by G7 Digital and Technology Ministers in April. The ICO had challenged the attendees earlier in the week to tackle website pop-up banners by allowing users to set generic privacy preferences in the browser, app or device instead of having to decide whether to accept cookies every time they visit a website.
Read the G7 data protection and privacy authorities’ meeting, September 2021: communiqué
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