Data Act: Berlin wants to differentiate between B2B and B2C

Germany still sees considerable need for change in the Data Act and would like, among other things, a clearer demarcation from the GDPR. This is clear from the statement sent from Berlin to Brussels, excerpts of which are available to Europe.Table. Most recently, the Swedish Council Presidency, which has just taken office, sent out an options paper and asked for feedback from the member states. The Working Party on Telecommunications and Information Society discussed this on Jan. 17. On this basis, the Council Presidency plans to prepare a fourth compromise text to present to the member states before the next meeting of the Working Party on Jan. 31.

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