Data Act: Commission proposes measures for a fair and innovative data economy
01 August 2022
The European Commission proposed new restrictions on who can use and access EU data across...
“During my conversation with the journalist
who used my comments in her report, I did not state that economic considerations
come before health. I may have expressed myself unclearly, I may have been
misunderstood or I may have been quoted out of context. This is not
What was important was the underlying points I was making,
that is to say that all aspects of any matter have to be taken together. This
means that in the real world both health factors and economic factors have to be
taken into consideration.
Instead of wasting energy arguing who said
what, I respectfully suggest that the Minister seeks to abide by the undertaking
given to the GRTU on the way smoking was to be regulated. What the Minister is
now proposing is a total smoking ban in spite of previous statements to the
contrary and irrespective of the impact on small businesses.
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