he new ePrivacy regulation is expected come into force later into this year-2020. The ePrivacy regulation is designed to protect the security and confidentiality of electronic communications. The regulation is designed to protect the security and confidentiality of electronic communications. The ePrivacy Regulation refers to the definition of user Consent in the GDPR regulatory framework. For this reason, the requirements for the validity of consent gathered in the ePrivacy Regulation are the same as in the GDPR. One thing is clear: If you use the Consent Management Platform from Usercentrics, you are fully prepared for the ePrivacy regulation. The ePrivacy Regulation takes precedence over the GDPR on a number of points, including cookies. However, as of April of 2020, the content of the ePrivacy Regulation has not yet been fully defined. Usercentrics follows the latest legal developments to ensure that its CMP is up to date with all current regulatory requirements.