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Reference
COM(2017)495
Type
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Proposal for a REGULATION OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL on a framework for the free flow of non-personal data in the European Union

Department
Directorate-General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology
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Feedback period
13 September 2017 - 23 January 2018
Feedback status: Closed

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  • London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) (United Kingdom)
    23 January 2018 Company/business organisation

    London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) (United Kingdom)

    London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) is delighted to have the opportunity to provide feedback on the European Commission’s proposal for a regulation on a framework for the free flow of non-personal data in the EU. We welcome the European Commission’s effort to remove barriers for free flow of non-personal data by removing data localisation rules. We believe it is a significant step forward to establish a Digital Single Market and to increase EU...

  • European Digital Rights (EDRi) (Belgium)
    22 January 2018 Non-governmental organisation (NGO)

    European Digital Rights (EDRi) (Belgium)

    European Digital Rights (EDRi) is an umbrella organisation with 35 NGO members with representation in 19 countries and beyond. We promote and defend fundamental rights in the digital environment. We welcome the opportunity of giving feedback to the European Commission on its legislative proposal on the Free flow of non-personal data. Our position can be found in the attached document.

  • Tilburg University (Netherlands)
    22 January 2018 Academic/research institution

    Tilburg University (Netherlands)

    Inge Graef (TILT & TILEC) Raphaël Gellert (TILT) Nadezhda Purtova (TILT) Martin Husovec (TILT & TILEC) With this submission, we would like to take the opportunity to submit feedback, in our personal capacity as researchers, to the European Commission’s Proposal on a framework for the free flow of non-personal data in the European Union (‘the proposal’). Our submission aims to raise two main concerns: • the indeterminate and dynamic...

  • UNI Europa (Belgium)
    22 January 2018 Trade union

    UNI Europa (Belgium)

    UNI Europa is the European sectoral trade union federation for private services workers – the backbone of economic and social life in Europe. We represent 7 million workers in 272 national trade unions in 50 European countries. Whilst UNI Europa acknowledges the potentials and value of data, we find the 2nd Data Package problematic, unclear and ultimately obsolete on the following grounds: 1 Clear definitions to core concepts are lacking: for...

  • CSC - IT Center for Science Ltd. (Finland)
    19 January 2018 Company/business organisation

    CSC - IT Center for Science Ltd. (Finland)

    The free flow of data is crucial for European competitiveness. Europe needs to urgently create a supportive environment as well as a stable and coherent legislative basis for capitalizing on data in creating innovation and growth in Europe. New trends and developments, such as artificial intelligence and platform economy are dependent on data. However, regulation is not the solution. Europe should avoid building new barriers for data movement...

  • Deutscher Anwaltverein (DAV, German Bar Association) (Germany)
    17 January 2018 Other

    Deutscher Anwaltverein (DAV, German Bar Association) (Germany)

    The German Bar Association (EU-Transparency Register No.: 87980341522-66) welcomes in its Position Paper No. 4/2018 the aim of the European Commission to establish the principle of free flow of data, as such an approach contributes to the establishment of an effective digital single market within the European Union. The regulation aims to give providers of digital services the possibility to offer their services union wide. Users can choose...

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