Germany's position on the proposed EU Data Act

19/01/2023 | EURACTIV

A Geman position paper sent to the Council of the European Union's Swedish presidency stated the proposal "needs further analysis and discussion." In particular, the Germans sought clarity concerning how the EU Data Act will interact with the EU General Data Protection Regulation, along with differentiating between B2B and B2C data sharing, unfair contractual terms, and cloud-switching timeframes.

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