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FEB 24, 2022 | GLOBAL | US | EUROPEAN UNION

Europe Racks Up Tech Regs As US Efforts Stall

POLITICO Morning Tech, February 24, 2022

By Brendan Bordelon

The European Union is lapping the United States on a slew of tech-related regulations — from data-sharing to algorithms and antitrust — as lawmakers and industry alike fret over the escalating efforts in Brussels.

“It’s a very active agenda,” said Aaron Cooper, the head of global policy at BSA | The Software Alliance, a tech-industry trade group.

Cooper said BSA and the broader global tech lobby are worried Europe’s rapid regulatory pushes will make it tougher to harmonize tech regulations in other regions of the world.

“It's not that we don't want Europe to be as active and engaged as they are,” Cooper said. “But we want other markets around the world that all have similar rule of law traditions to be working together so that there is interoperability between those systems.”

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Original Posting: https://www.politico.com/newsletters/morning-tech/2022/02/24/chips-central-to-new-white-house-supply-chain-plan-00011298

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