Though many privacy pros are still grappling with the EU General Data Protection Regulation, the EU is now busy leading a new generation of data regulations. As part of its Digital Single Market strategy, the EU is looking to not only protect data but also to create frameworks that allow for data flows, while aiming to mitigate hate speech and misinformation. Through an ambitious line of proposed laws — including the Data Act, Data Governance Act, Digital Markets Act, Digital Services Act and the AI Act — the EU is poised to place a slew of new requirements for companies doing business in the region. Though not all privacy-related, privacy pros should be paying attention to this space. To catch up on this flurry of activity, IAPP Editorial Director Jedidiah Bracy recently chatted with journalist Luca Bertuzzi.
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