Data as an Economic Good – Legal Issues of Non-Personal Data

Recently, more and more economic actors have appeared who are focused on the collection, use and sale of non-personal data. In contrast to the handling of personal data, the trade in non-personal data has so far been largely unregulated. Trading is primarily based on contractual agreements, with corresponding data license agreements raising a significant number of questions. More recently, the regulation of the data economy has gained significant momentum. The EU Commission has proposed far-reaching legislative projects or has already initiated them. This creates a comprehensive data regulatory framework that is intended not only to promote data trading, but also to focus on data access, data intermediaries and data altruism.

Monday, 10-24-2022, 02:00 p.m. – 05:00 p.m., Regensburg University of Applied Sciences – E103

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This is an event of the two university networks INDIGO and TRIO.

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