Europe’s data policy: model for CBAM?

The fact that the European Union can introduce and establish global standards can be considered proven. The best example of this is the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR): Anyone who wants to process personal data in EU countries is subject to it anyway. Anyone who wants to do this from outside and process data in a third country is also bound by these rules. This is because it is not the country of origin principle that applies, but the so-called market location principle.

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