Report on EU law applicable to sharing of non-personal data

This report focuses on a thorough analysis of EU legislation applicable to the sharing of non-personal data, and aims to provide a structured overview of all the relevant European instruments relevant within this field.

As a first step in this objective, our team identified the EU applicable acquis - accumulated legislation, legal acts, and court decisions which constitute the body of European Union law that affect data sharing possibilities and practices. This acquis was thereafter further analysed and summarised. As a third and last step, our team summarised the general trends in the EU, including the identification of cross cutting challenges, and potential resolution strategies and identified best practices or interpretative guidance. The outcomes of this analysis are contained in this report.

You can download the report on the right side of this page. Note also that the report will be expanded throughout the course of the project, so stay tuned!

As always, you are very welcome to comment using the form below or the general feedback form, and to discuss our findings with your practitioners and policy makers in the SCDS forum.

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