Consensus on EU Data Act to allow users to take back control over data

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EU lawmakers reach consensus on 'Data Act' with aim to control tech giants' power
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EU lawmakers reach consensus on 'Data Act' with aim to control tech giants' power

The bill was approved by the European Parliament in March, but negotiations regarding its final version have been ongoing

The European Parliament and European Council have reached a provisional agreement on the Data Act which aims to regulate the use and accessibility of consumer and corporate data within the bloc. ...

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