Data Governance Act

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Regulation (EU) 2022/868
European Union regulation
Text with EEA relevance
TitleRegulation (EU) 2022/868 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 30 May 2022 on European data governance and amending Regulation (EU) 2018/1724 (Data Governance Act)
Made byEuropean Commission
Journal reference32022R0868
History
Came into force23/06/2022
Preparative texts
Commission proposalCOM/2020/767 final
Pending legislation

The Data Governance Act (DGA) is a legislative proposal of the European Commission that aims to create a framework which will facilitate data-sharing.[1][2] The proposal was first announced within the 2020 European strategy for data and was officially presented by Margrethe Vestager in 25 November 2020.[3] The DGA covers the data of public bodies, private companies, and citizens. Its main aims are to safely enable the sharing of sensitive data held by public bodies, to regulate data sharing by private actors.[4][failed verification] On 30 November 2021, the EU Parliament and Council reached an agreement on the wording of the DGA.[5] Formal approval by those bodies is still required but that should be procedural.[5]

The proposed legislation has been analyzed by independent parties.[6][7][8]

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  1. ^ European Commission (25 November 2020). Proposal for a Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council on European data governance (Data Governance Act) — COM/2020/767 final. Brussels, Belgium: European Commission. Retrieved 2021-07-01. Document 52020PC0767.
  2. ^ Stolton, Samuel (26 November 2020). "New EU data brokers won't have to be European, Commission says". www.euractiv.com. Retrieved 2021-06-02.
  3. ^ "Margrethe Vestager explains the EU's position in the global battle for data". euronews. 2021-05-07. Retrieved 2021-06-02.
  4. ^ "Press corner". European Commission - European Commission. Retrieved 2021-06-02.
  5. ^ a b Bertuzzi, Luca (1 December 2021). "Data governance: new EU law for data-sharing adopted". www.euractiv.com. Retrieved 2022-02-03.
  6. ^ Baloup, Julie; Bayamlıoğlu, Emre; Benmayor, Aliki; Ducuing, Charlotte; Dutkiewicz, Lidia; Lalova, Teodora; Miadzvetskaya, Yuliya; Peeters, Bert (23 June 2021). White Paper on the Data Governance Act. Leuven, Belgium: KU Leuven Centre for IT and IP Law (imec). SSRN 3872703. Retrieved 2021-07-01.
  7. ^ Streinz, Thomas (14 October 2021). "Chapter 0: The evolution of European data law". In Craig, Paul; de Búrca, Gráinne (eds.). The evolution of EU law (3rd ed.). Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-019284656-3. Paperback edition. Publication date provisional.
  8. ^ van Eechoud, Mireille (1 April 2021). "A serpent eating its tail: the Database Directive meets the Open Data Directive" (PDF). International Review of Intellectual Property and Competition Law. 52 (4): 375–378. doi:10.1007/s40319-021-01049-7. ISSN 2195-0237. S2CID 234823202. Retrieved 2022-01-30. An editorial. open access

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