European Parliament releases study on data governance

13/07/2022 | European Parliament

European Parliament has published a study outlining possible policy options for the EU's data governance frameworks that "align with a data justice perspective." The study examined the assessment of and considerations of the EU's overall governance strategy, including policy outlines related to the EU Data Governance Act and proposals for the Artificial Intelligence Act and the Data Act. The EU Parliament focused on four principles: preservation and strengthening of public infrastructure and goods, inclusiveness, contestability and accountability, and global responsibility.

In related news, the French Data Protection Authority (DPA), the CNIL, published joint opinions with EDPB members on the EU Data Governance Act and the proposed Data Act. The DPAs requirements include aligning relevant provisions with EU General Data Protection Regulation and ensuring safeguards for EU citizens' rights.  

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