EU trialogue final negotiations for the Data Act between the European Commission, Council, and Parliament appear to be on track. An update, including the latest draft text detailing agreements on provisions for data governance and business-to-government data sharing, has been circulated by the Swedish presidency of the EU Council of Ministers. The concept of a 'trade secret holder' has also been introduced to account for situations where the trade secret holder may not hold the data. The third trilogue takes place on 27 June.
In related news, IAPP Managing Director, Europe, Isabelle Roccia, offers her thoughts on the latest developments on the Data Act and the possibility of a deal before the summer holidays begin.
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