EU eIDAS: VPNs won’t protect Europeans privacy if law passes, experts warn


We already reported a few months ago how the EU’s quest to fix the internet is expected to turn into a privacy and security nightmare for citizens. Now, experts told TechRadar that not even VPN services could rescue our online anonymity if the law passes in its current form.

Known as the eIDAS 2.0, the infamous proposed regulation is a revision of the previous EU’s digital identity law—a process that began in 2020 and is about to be finalized. The law aims to do two things: changing how web browsers deal with security and website authentication while launching an identification app (EU ID Wallet) for all Europeans.  


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