Czech Presidency of EU Council offers final Data Act compromise text

13/09/2022 | EURACTIV

The Czech Presidency of the Council of the European Union has submitted its final set of compromise proposals regarding the initial draft of the EU Data Act. The proposals centre on security, retention periods for cloud provider switching, interoperability along with enforcement cooperation. The council also recommends a review of the proposed law two years after its application led by the European Commission. Next, the council's Working Party on Telecommunications and Information Society will consider all Czech Presidency compromise texts 15 September.

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