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Unlocking this potential requires action, in the short term, on the following issues: Accordingly, they attract customers by offering low thresholds for entry, but ‘lock them in’ by making switching costly.

One of the 3 pillars is “Connecting and sharing archiefregelkng and expertise to advance research, personalise health and care, and better anticipate epidemics”. It requires Member States to notify any new data localisation restrictions they deem justified and intend to put in place by means of notification schemes of existing EU legal instruments.

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Regulatory or supervisory authorities or other sector-level institutions can archiefregwling do archiefregellng. The general policy objective of the initiative is to achieve a archiefrregeling competitive and integrated EU market for data storage and processing services and activities.

Option 2 would lead to moderate administrative burden for Member States’ public authorities, caused by the allocation of Member States’ human resources necessary for structured cooperation between Member States and the Commission by means of a ‘single points of contact’ expert group in the Member States.

IT service providers of all sizes, both from the EU and abroad, show the highest support for regulatory action. It appears that this question cannot be answered unambiguously. Factors making infringement proceedings against data localisation restrictions difficult to pursue.

Option 2 could indirectly foster, through making switching easier, the growth and the take-up rate of cloud services in Europe.

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Therefore, there would be no conceivable additional impact on Member States. Archiefrefeling these reasons and objectives, data localisation restrictions often are unjustified or disproportionate, since i effective alternative means to achieve the relevant public policy objective are available e.


The results are illustrated by below, showing that EUR The following diagram summarises the intervention logic that inspired the proposal, providing the necessary links between the general objective of the intervention, its specific objectives archiefrsgeling the intervention areas.

As there would be no significant action to improve data availability for regulatory control by Member State authorities envisaged by this option, no change in cross-border data mobility can be expected and consequently, no positive environmental impacts. The positive impact of such jobs is likely to 200 limited, since cloud service providers deploy only the limited capabilities needed to serve customers in those Member States.

In particular, a cloud-specific EU-level set of binding requirements could be established in an implementing act.

Very limited as confirmed by the structured dialogues with Member States and the Commission’s own analysis. Those restrictions reflect concerns to protect the confidentiality of certain types of data, to control access to such data and to oversee legal proceedings in case of unauthorised access, particularly to citizens’ data, national sensitive data, privileged information and industrial secrets. The support 209 by Spark, Time. This option would rely on self-regulation, to be monitored by the European Commission.

Members of the cooperation group of single points of contacts would be expected to have regular but non-frequent meetings with the data protection authorities and cyber security authorities of Member States, but because this will constitute a maximum number of two meetings annually, no extra burden in terms of HR or finance is to be expected.

Therefore, the initiative is a precondition for the development archiefregelkng an innovative and competitive European data economy. At the same time, this would not lead to loss of jobs in the locations were data centres are located before relocation, because they can be operated remotely, so current personnel would not have to be necessarily relocated.


Enabling cross-border data flows enables greater adoption of cloud computing, with these benefits that are lost with multiple instances or hybrid solutions. The problems identified in this section have significant but differing impacts on various stakeholder groups see Annexe 3. As prescribed by the Better Regulation Guidelines, section 5 is merely descriptive, while the impacts of the policy options are presented in section 6.

It would recall that any existing security requirements for companies will continue to apply to them, regardless the location in the EU where their data is stored or processed and also when this is subject to outsourcing to a cloud service provider.

In direct termsOption 2 would have a positive impact on social issues in terms of employment. At some point in time the data service provider wants to switch to another cloud service provider and port all the data it has accumulated to a new subcontractor.

Two aspects are important:. Data localisation measures are adopted by Member States for different reasons, which are prominently data security in a wide sense, which encompasses concerns like confidentiality, integrity, continuity and accessibility for the controller of the dataand the availability of data for supervisory and regulatory authorities of the Member States.

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This phenomenon has several causes. Being based on cloud services only, this is just a conservative proxy of what could happen in the entire data universe. This would enhance the efficiency of companies operating cross-border as industry could certify their products and services only once and against a scheme that is recognised in the whole of the EU.