The EU's ambition to allow data to freely cross borders could be more difficult to realise than it seemed, the EU commissioner for the digital single market has conceded.
“It seems it is more complicated than I thought,” Andrus Ansip told journalists on Friday.
The commission had said it would come up with an "initiative" to create a free flow of data across the bloc before the end of this year, but Ansip said that would come in 2017. Read full article here (in English).
19th June 2018