- Financial Times reports on discrepancies among Members of European Parliament that are jeopardizing passage of the proposed Digital Services Act and Digital Markets Act. German MEP Evelyne Gebhardt said lawmakers believed there was common ground on both proposals, but have come to realize they are "a long way from having a common position on this." Issues are focused on what companies and services should be regulated.
- According to Politico, European Parliament's Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs voted in favor of a proposal to increase Europol's ability to process large datasets and share data with private companies.
- Politico also reports the European Commission drafted rules that will force Big Tech companies to disclose how political groups execute targeted advertising.
Editor's note: Samuel Stolton broke down what to expect from the EU's data policy agenda for the coming months.
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