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Europe’s data economy: the next legal steps

Given the huge amount of data produced each day globally -  and the substantial value of this data in today’s world - it is of vital importance that regulators and governments pay the data economy adequate attention. In January this year the European Commission (‘EC’) published a communication, online consultation and staff working document in regards to the data economy in Europe, which looked at a number of data related areas including machine-generated data and interoperability. Crucially the EC proposes a number of legislative approaches in this area, as Dr Andreas Splittgerber of Olswang Germany LLP and Toby Lovett of Olswang LLP explain.

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