More than half of the world’s legislative policies that target the global tech sector originated in Europe, according to a report issued by Hogan Lovells.

The report, “A Turning Point for Tech,” examines legislation and legislative initiatives in 16 legal jurisdictions in the first half of 2019. It found that over half of the regulation aimed at the tech sector originates from the EU or its member states. By contrast, only 28% of legislation comes from the U.S. and 8% from Asia.

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