EU Commission publishes study on European data flow projections

08/02/2022 | European Commission

A study has been published by the European Commission quantifying data flows in Europe and has found that by 2030 the flow of data from European enterprises will be 15 times higher than in 2020. The commission is also studying the economic value of data flows within the EU and third countries, including the United States and China. It said understanding data flow trends “will work in synergy with the upcoming Data Act in order to foster a more vivid, dynamic and fluid cloud market.”

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