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The European Commission Proposes New EU Data Sharing Rules, Expands Restrictions for International Transfers of Certain Data

Brussels, BELGIUM — The European Commission published a new proposal today, the Data Governance Act, to facilitate data sharing among public and private organisations. The legislative proposal also sets out conditions for people to share their data for the public good in the name of “data altruism”. Today’s proposal seeks to provide legal certainty for…

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Senate Commerce Committee Conducts Oversight of FCC

Washington — All five FCC Commissioners appeared before the Senate Commerce Committee Wednesday for an oversight hearing.  Amid questions peppered with discussion of accessing Denver Broncos’, Green Bay Packers’, and Minnesota Vikings’ games in different markets in Western states, the hearing covered a broad range of issues related to recent FCC actions.   Net Neutrality…

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CCIA Concerned About Pictures Tax in France

Brussels — A bill on “Creation, Architecture and Heritage Sites” was adopted today by the French Senate at its first reading. The bill focuses on the freedom of artists to create, relationships between stakeholders of the music sector and stakeholders of the film industry, as well as the protection of archaeological heritage. The Computer &…

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