The Dataprotection landscape is a collaborative project which aims to keep track of data protection requirements stemming from EU activity in the field. It started after the publication of the GDPR in 2016 with the goal of providing more clarity on potential interpretations arising from data processing obligations. It is a full use of resources to understand the intersectionality of EU legislative initiatives in the field. The Data Act provisions have now been added to the repository. In total, following the Commission proposal, the authors identify 157 separate data processing provisions. As such, the Data Act repository functions as an important resource to allow anyone to link to a specific element of the Commission proposal.