The European Commission has proposed the Data Act, which would regulate the use of non-personal data. The draft law carries provisions on sharing data, conditions for access by public bodies, international data transfers, cloud switching and interoperability. European Commission Executive Vice President Margrethe Vestager said that the law aims to "give consumers and companies even more control over what can be done with their data, clarifying who can access data and on what terms."
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