– The CNIL rules on the Data Governance Act and the Data Act. On May 5, the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) and the European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS) adopted an opinion on the proposal for a European data regulation (Data Act), succeeding that of March 2021 on data governance (DGA). In France, the Cnil reacted and gave its opinion on the issues aimed at promoting the sharing of personal and non-personal data by setting up intermediation structures, and on the measures to facilitate the sharing of data between companies and consumers. . The Commission specifies that “with regard to the rights of access, use and sharing of data provided for by the Data Act, the Cnil and its counterparts are asking the co-legislators to put in place additional guarantees for the persons concerned. They must also ensure the legality, necessity and proportionality of the obligation to make the data available to public sector bodies and EU institutions due to exceptional need, and more strictly define the assumptions public emergency or exceptional need”. The Cnil also announces the launch of a working group on the opening and sharing of data which will lead to a practical guide.

– A 42 school in Le Havre in 2023. On an initiative of the Urban Community, a 42 school will open by the end of 2022 and will take place in the Cité Numérique in Le Havre. The partnership contract with the international network 42 was signed on July 12, 2022 and formalizes the establishment of the school in Le Havre. The admission process will be put online at the start of the school year for the school to open at the end of 2022 and the first “pool” (one month of simulation to discover the learning methods of the training to integrate the school) beginning of 2023. As a reminder, 42 is a computer training, completely free, accessible without the baccalaureate and without age limit.

– Windows Autopatch in general availability. Announced in early June in public beta, Autopatch is an automatic update service for Windows and Microsoft 365 software as well as Microsoft Edge for customers with Windows Enterprise E3 and E5 licenses. Essentially, Microsoft engineers use Windows Update for Business client rules and Deployment Service tools on your behalf. The service creates test rounds and monitors deployments, pausing and even rolling back changes when possible. The firm specifies that it will continue to publish updates on the second Tuesday of each month.

– Micron suffers a power outage. US chipmaker Micron Technology says it suffered an extended power outage at its DRAM manufacturing facility in Hiroshima on Friday July 8, which brought production lines to a complete halt. The incident is expected to result in lost production and affect the company’s bottom line, Micron initially warned. The power loss is believed to be due to “adverse weather conditions” in the area, which prompted the implementation of its plant shutdown protocols. All Micron employees are safe and sound. Also according to the firm, operations at the Hiroshima plant have resumed at reduced levels and will continue to ramp up this week, but with an impact on associated costs during the fourth quarter of fiscal 2022 and the first quarter of fiscal year 2023.