After years of legislative process, the near-final text of the eIDAS regulation has been agreed by trialogue negotiators representing EU’s key bodies and will be presented to the public and parliament for a rubber stamp before the end of the year. These changes radically expand the capability of EU governments to surveil their citizens by ensuring cryptographic keys under government control can be used to intercept encrypted web traffic across the EU. Any EU member state has the ability to designate cryptographic keys for distribution in web browsers and browsers are forbidden from revoking trust in these keys without government permission. If you’re a European citizen, you can write to the member of the European Parliament responsible for the eIDAS file - Romana JERKOVI? - and register your concern.

Source: Last Chance to fix eIDAS

This is doubleplus ungood.