Since data-dependent markets have high levels of concentration and entry barriers, EU policymakers have been trying to enhance business-to-business (B2B) and business-to-government (B2G) data sharing since 2020. In addition, the EU hopes to ramp up data access through collaborative cloud infrastructures. Despite GDPR, many recent EU legislations have focused on removing barriers to the free flow of data. Although existing EU laws, such as those related to digital markets and services, include newer rules, the obligation to ensure compliance falls primarily on gatekeepers and large providers. Moreover, it does not create portability between cloud service providers (CSPs). Likewise, the EU’s Data Governance Act, which promotes voluntary data-sharing, does not apply to CSPs. It is in this context that the European draft Data Act (DDA) facilitates switching between CSPs and other data processing services. Further, the DDA puts in place safeguards against unlawful international data transfers by CSPs. In addition, it imposes obligations on data holders to make their information available without discriminating between comparable categories of data recipients, including in respect of partner or linked enterprises.