been published in the so-called Archiefregeling. This regulation exist, or might exist, including associations among these things (ISO ). (Archiefbesluit ) and the Public Records Regulation (Archiefregeling ) include requirements for the management and. retention. the Archiefwet , the Archiefbesluit and the Archiefregeling does not apply. That is important to notice because these laws state.

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In addition, option 1 is likely to have only limited impacts on the downstream sector. Therefore, potentially negative environmental and social impacts of cyber-attacks, as described in 6. Those often include personal data, e. It is an important factor achiefregeling creating an environment that attracts foreign investment to the EU. As the baseline arcchiefregeling relies on market players to progressively introduce technical and contractual conditions facilitating switching data of cloud service providers, it is not expected to incur direct administrative burden on national public authorities under the baseline option.

2.f. Appendix F. Public records Act. – Research Data Wiki – Collaboration Infrastructure Wiki

One of the 3 pillars is “Connecting and sharing data and expertise to advance research, personalise health and care, and better anticipate epidemics”. In an increasingly data-driven economy, data flows are at the core of business processes in companies of all sizes and in all sectors: The public bodies are required to bring and keep the archive documents in good, ordered and accessible state, as well as to ensure aarchiefregeling destruction of the appropriate archive documents.

Sub-option 2a would rely on self-regulation by industry archiefregelling the development of codes of conduct for facilitating switching between providers. Moreover, data localisation leads to a distorted market for cloud service providers. This would lead to an unequal regulatory landscape and an unequal level playing field for businesses in the EU.

Its value can increase exponentially when it is aggregated, analysed, or used in innovative ways. When data is stored on-site, the security risks for business end-users are higher, while at the same time more expensive as well Blockchain already underpins crypto-currencies bitcoin, ether.

Under this option, therefore, administrative burden is expected to vary greatly by Member State. With reference to section 6. According to the ‘institutional cost estimation’ tool used for the European Electronic Communications Code, this would result in an annual cost of EUR The evidence that was gathered points to data being more secure when kept in the larger data centres of cloud service providers, as these are often much better equipped in terms of security systems.


Metadata, or information about the information, are an important aspect of recordsmanagement. In a written answer to the public consultation, one of them explained its position: While there are already some relevant legislative instruments in place e.

Additional results of the public consultation are explored in more detail in Annex 2. This legal patchwork complicates rather than simplifies the matter and does not provide for the robust foundation needed for the emergence of an all-encompassing principle.

In line with the Commission’s Start-up and Scale-up initiative’s findings, bringing this cost down would increase EU innovation and competitiveness, strengthening the economy. This positive effect is attained by explicitly avoiding any overlap with existing requirements, while at the same time providing reassurance to businesses about the continued applicability, also across borders in the EU and under outsourcing arrangements, of the security provisions under which they already operate.

The policy initiative covered arcjiefregeling the present Impact Assessment should be seen in the light of the priority given by the Archiefrsgeling Commission to creating a connected Digital Single Market DSM 11which aims at maximising the growth potential of the economy, not least archiefregeliing removing the remaining barriers to a competitive data-driven economy in Europe.

In indirect terms, however, Option 2 would have a positive impact archiefregelint employment because of the added growth and innovation archiefregelihg, caused by the arhiefregeling costs for i setting up a business in the EU, ii entering a new market, iii launching a new product or service to the market and iv the ability to serve public and private customers, as indicated in section 6.

The initiative will take into account Article 20 of the GDPR, which gives the right to the data subject to receive the personal data concerning him or her from a data controller and the right to transmit those data to another controller.

The actual security levels of data storage and processing in the EU would be maintained or even improved compared to Option 2, because the same EU actions on security of data storage and processing would still be provided for under Sub-option 2a, only on a different legal archiefregelig, making use of other cyber security initiatives and the NIS Directive.

This gives rise to a large degree of legal uncertainty when it comes to cross-border data storage and processing. The GDPR will enable people to better qrchiefregeling their personal data. This option would rely on self-regulation, to be monitored by the European Commission. However, with a stronger push from the Commission for market players to cooperate on interoperability, and especially open APIs, a further increase in the efficiency of data migration may be seen.


Still, it is important to highlight that data localisation restrictions may have an impact on the location choice, skewing it towards less environmentally optimal locations. Therefore, they would 20099 to multiplication of regulatory requirements across the EU single market, hence fragmentation, and tangible additional costs for enterprises, especially SMEs.

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However, the fact that the obligations on private parties are clearly established and reinforced and a cooperation framework is established to promote the effective application of the principle of availability in cross-border data storage will reduce the level of uncertainty for those business users who would like to move to cheaper providers in another Member State.

Legal principle, notification, review, transparency, awareness raising.

Therefore, the presence of wrchiefregeling localisation restrictions and the limited degree of collaboration in security matters in the baseline scenario looks unlikely to solve the problems discussed in the problem definition section. The initiative does not concern the processing of personal data 21 and the free movement of such data as governed by archiefergeling GDPR and the proposed ePrivacy Regulation.

It is true that many factors play a role in the decision on where to situate a data centre such as proximity to clients and access to a pool of human resources who have the skills to operate the data centre.

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It is possible to extrapolate some of the economic impacts in more quantitative terms to give an idea of the potential benefits from the free flow of data principle. This limits archifregeling options of some companies to less efficient data centre solutions.

During the evidence gathering process, this insight was frequently confirmed by other stakeholders, with no opposite views voiced. The majority of stakeholders, therefore, would be disappointed with an approach as under Option 1.