Euractiv reports the European Commission plans to introduce its Data Act on non-personal data Feb. 23. Leaked documents revealed the commission's draft will include provisions on sharing data, conditions for access by public bodies, international data transfers, cloud switching and interoperability. The law will regulate manufacturers of connected products, digital service providers and users. The proposal discusses how the data being generated across the EU are "increasing exponentially," but the data is "concentrated in the hands of relatively few large companies."
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