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Daily Dashboard | Op-ed: Corporate exemptions diminish EU Data Act usefulness Related reading: OCR issues rule for reproductive health care under HIPAA

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Allowing corporate exemptions for undefined "trade secrets" under the EU Data Act “would disable the regulation and revoke all of the benefits that it would provide,” Finland's Minister of Transport and Communications Timo Harakka writes in the Financial Times. He said businesses cloud the definitions of health records and sensitive personal data with business data, which they argue should be exempt from sharing under the law. To maximize the benefits of sharing data under the Data Act, Harakka said the EU should employ new "privacy-proof but non-restrictive data sharing methods," such as zero-knowledge proof and federated learning.
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