France suggests compromise on DSA’s child protections, sensitive data

29/03/2022 | EURACTIV

The French Presidency of the European Council has put forward a compromise on the EU Digital Services Act to account for European Parliament’s position on children’s protections, sensitive data and targeted advertising. In the latest proposed text, provisions banning large online platforms from targeting ads to minors states platforms should not process additional information to determine a user’s age. Another addition states sensitive information, including race and religious beliefs, should be processed in compliance with the EU General Data Protection Regulation.

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