- The European Commission announced a provisional agreement with European Parliament and the Council of the European Union to move forward with the EU Data Governance Act. The proposed legislation creates a framework to help companies or individuals share data securely. European Commission Executive Vice President Margrethe Vestager called the DGA "a first building block for establishing a solid and fair data-driven economy."
- Financial Times reports Vestager supports the idea of the EU pushing through whatever regulations it can agree to against Big Tech companies, noting "it is best to get 80 percent now than 100 percent never."
Editor's note: IAPP's Jetty Tielemans analyzed the first iteration of the DGA.
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