With its publication in the Official Journal, the Data Governance Act has now completed its final formal step. The DGA, the text of which was agreed by the Council and Parliament in the trilogue shortly before the end of 2021, primarily defines the framework conditions for the stronger data exchange envisaged by the EU. The most important subject of regulation is the rules for the markets for the exchange of non-personal data, which are then to be opened up by the Data Act, among other things, and the framework conditions for supervision and enforcement of the rules.
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