The European Parliament may look to reshape the proposed EU Data Act once the proposal is moved away from the Council of the European Union. In September, Members of European Parliament raised over 1,000 amendments to the original draft legislation alongside the Parliament rapporteur's official draft review. Potential changes involve public access to private data, Internet of Things (IoT) considerations, and data governance and interoperability. German MEP Angelika Niebler said the proposal needs to be "technically feasible, legally secure and financially viable and attractive."
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