EU to consult on laws requiring the "free movement" of data

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EU to consult on laws requiring the “free movement” of data

Bureaucrats consider 'fair and reasonable' licensing obligations to encourage the sharing of machine-generated data

The European Union is considering a licensing regime for anonymised machine-generated data, requiring holders of the data to be required to sell it at a 'fair and reasonable' price. The suggestion is...

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