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In the future, companies will only have to deal with the data protection authorities in the EU country in which they have their main establishment: one interlocutor, not 27 (or more).
An action plan was drawn up last month, and will be submitted for approval next week at a formal meeting of the Article 29 Working Party ( A29WP ), which brings together data protection authorities from across the European Union .
A spokesman for Britain's Information Commissioner said, "Any measures to improve cyber security should not be at the unnecessary expense of people's privacy" "We will be looking at the recently announced directive and working with other EU data protection authorities to ensure measures are consistent with data-protection legislation.
But the EU's data protection authorities are concerned about the privacy effects of the policy and have asked French regulator CNIL to investigate.
Independent national data protection authorities will be strengthened so they can better enforce the EU rules at home.
The Article 29 Working Party, an independent body that brings together data protection authorities from each of the EU's 27 countries and the EU's executive European Commission, said it needed to examine Google's plans more thoroughly before the search group's policy comes into effect on March 1.
At the request of several European data protection authorities, we are building an opt-out service that will allow an access point owner to opt out from Google's location services," Fleischer said in a blog post.
Data protection authorities in Hamburg, Germany had requested the search engine for more information on Google's ‘Street View' technology, which adds images of locations to maps.