The European Commission published its European Strategy for Data in February 2020 as part of a package of proposals on the EU's digital future to create a "Europe fit for the Digital Age".
Behind the European Data Strategy is a desire not merely to harness the power of data, but to use it ethically and for maximum benefit to individuals (as discussed here).
The first related legislative proposal published by the EC in November 2020, is the draft Data Governance Act (in the form of a Regulation). It establishes:
Mary Rendle looks at the UK's plans to unlock and leverage the benefits of data.
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Katie Espigares looks at the EU's plans for data over the next five years.
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Paul Voigt looks at the latest on the evolution of the draft ePrivacy Regulation.
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Our experts look at EU and UK plans to refresh rules on network and information systems cybersecurity.
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