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EU reveals data sharing plans

28.11.2020
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‘Data intermediaries’ to be at the heart of the new model

The European Commission is proposing new rules to allow the sharing of public and personal data, reports Reuters. The Commission is worried that EU firms may end up relying on more accessible data from the US and Asia. The plans will allow the secure sharing of data to enable development in areas such as health, the environment and agriculture. The model centres on ‘data intermediaries’ to organise the sharing and pooling of data while maintaining trust. There will be strict requirements in place, but the EU hopes that pooling industrial expertise will result in the emergence of European technology firms to rival Silicon Valley and Chinese companies, says the news site.

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‘Data intermediaries’ to be at the heart of the new model

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Privacy, Safety, Security
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