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Key to the digital revolution and Big Data, data is now at the heart of all the concerns of states and business leaders. At a time when digital transformation has become a reality, the efficiency of IT production is becoming a determining factor in the competitiveness of companies. Therefore, the concept of data sovereignty seems to be a necessity.

What is data sovereignty?

Data sovereignty refers to the right to hold data and serves as a general law term covering many aspects of digital data processing, including protection, encryption, transmission and storage. . Data sovereignty is also closely linked to data protection, data governance and cloud computing.

The Data Sovereignty Act establishes regulations regarding the power of governments and companies to manage the digital data of users and other companies. Data sovereignty therefore specifically addresses the questions of who owns and provides data, how it can be stored, used and protected, and what could happen if this happened. . So, data sovereignty simply means that digital data is subject to the laws of the country where that data is located and is governed by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

How important is data sovereignty for states and businesses?

To ensure data security in the era of the digital revolution, actors in the public sector and the economy are forced to respect two rules, namely:

  • The IT infrastructure used must always be secure, flexible and modern.

  • The sovereignty of personal data on customers, users and related companies must be able to be certified.

Therefore, only security precautions and special contractual provisions allow states and companies to protect state secrets, trade secrets and package personal data in accordance with national data protection guidelines.

States and businesses should always be aware of how third-party service providers manage the data and usage and storage identifiers they hold. As there are also legal uncertainties over data sovereignty, it is a matter of contractually ordering what happens to the data and how it is stored, processed and transferred.

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