The COVID-19 crisis has shown the essential role of data use for crisis management and prevention, and for informed decision-making by governments. Data also has a key place in the recovery of the EU, given its potential for innovation and job creation, as well as its contribution to the efficiency of industries across all sectors.
With its European strategy for data, published on 19 February 2020, the Commission formulated a vision for the data economy. This includes the adoption of a horizontal legislative initiative (the ‘Data Act’) that would complement the proposal for a Regulation on data governance, which was adopted by the Commission in November 2020.
This is INATBA’s *non-public* response to the European Commission’s Consultation on Smart Contracts.
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