EU Council offers latest Data Act compromise text

24/08/2022 | EURACTIV

The Czech Presidency of the Council of the European Union has released its latest compromise text for the proposed EU Data Act. The latest text includes changes to conditions allowing public bodies to demand access to privately held data. The proposal means most EU institutions will be free from requirements under the law and adds provisions enabling public sector bodies to use data from a private company in exceptional cases. 

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