On June 27th, 2023, the three institutions regrouped in trilogues agreed on a deal on the Data Act. Though the final text of the deal will still need to be agreed by linguists and formally endorsed by the EP and by the Council, the content of the Data Act is now known.
On June 1st 2023 , the European Parliament adopted in plenary session its position for negotiations with member states on rules to integrate human rights and environmental impact into companies’ governance.
EU lawmakers in the JURI committee of the European Parliament are expected to vote on their position on the proposed corporate accountability rules on April 25th, but some key points still remain to be unlocked.
At the end of March 2023, the MEPs from the Economic and Monetary Affairs Committees have adopted their position on three pieces of draft legislation on the financing provisions of EU Anti-Money Laundering and Countering the Financing of Terrorism (AML/CFT) policy.
In a letter unveiled on March 3, the US Tech representative organisation CCIA is urging the European Parliament and Member States to focus on getting a global European approach in the DSA, rather than national initiatives.
According to the latest calendar updates of the European Parliament, the Industry Committee of the EP (ITRE) intends to adopt the report from MEP Angelika Niebler on the EU Data Governance Act on 1st July 2021
On 11 January 2021, the EP Internal Market and Consumer Protection (IMCO) Committee adopted the opinion report from MEP Christel Schaldemose with all compromise amendments adopted. It calls for more precise criteria on data altruism when it is done for general interest, and on B2B (business to business) and B2G (business to governments) data sharing.