The Council of the European Union has released new compromise text of the EU Data Act, as the Czech Presidency has yet to "broker a common position" before a ministerial meeting on 6 December. The latest text addresses "outstanding issues," including requirements for interoperability between "cloud providers of in-parallel services," user exit costs and types of data that users can request from cloud providers storing data generated by Internet of Things (IoT) devices. The new text will be discussed during a meeting on 13 December.
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