New Commission: Implications for data centres

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    Tuesday03Dec 2019

    Emma Fryer muses on the policy priorities of the new College of Commissioners and how their regulatory ambitions are likely to impact operators.

The new College of EU Commissioners started work on 1st December and the ambitious five-year programme set out by new Commission President Ursula von de Leyen has far reaching implications for data centre operators and for the digital technology sector at large.  There is much talk of digitisation and of infrastructure development but also of greater control and ownership of digital technology in Europe.  See our opinion in DCD magazine setting out the implications of the new programme and the new structures implemented by von de Leyen to coordinate delivery:

You can also read the President-elect’s speech here.

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