For the past weeks I've been reading through *all* the feedback to the EU on (yes, *all* 414 comments).

Unsurprisingly, most of the feedback is opposed to the regulation (~87%, see image).

Some opponents pointed out issues I hadn't even considered, some suggested useful alternatives to this regulation.

If you want to know more, I've written a in-depth blog post about this here:

Something tells me the feedback is just there for show and it's likely to pass like all the privacy infringements that are law currently.

@vorpuni Sure, it's possible. But they can't pretend most people support this legislation when 87% of comments (and ~98% of citizens) oppose the legislation. Maybe that'll change the minds of some politicians.

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