The U.S. Chamber of Commerce welcomes the opportunity to comment on the European Commission’s proposed Data Act.
During the past two years, the Chamber has routinely engaged with the Commission on a range of digital policy priorities, including: European Strategy for Data, Digital Services Act, Digital Markets Act, European Health Data Space, and Digital Finance Strategy. Representing firms with significant investments across Europe, we share the Commission’s goal of modernizing and strengthening the European digital economy, building digital skills, and preparing Europe’s workforce and industrial base for a data- driven future. Our member companies are invested in these goals because they succeed as the EU’s economy thrives.
Please find the Chamber's response to the Data Act attached.