The EU has been focusing on legislation related to digitalisation for the past fifteen years, with a plethora of measures enacted under the Digital Agenda and Digital Single Market programmes. In the current legislative term, there are even more measures being enacted or expected, including the Digital Markets Act, the Digital Services Act, the Data Act, the Artificial Intelligence Act, the Data Governance Act, the European Health Data Space, an update to the eIDAS Regulation, and a measure to strengthen cybersecurity, the Cyber Resilience Act. The complexity of these measures can be overwhelming, and the authors of a Bruegel dataset believe that research communities need tools to help them navigate this legislative landscape.
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