These laws will effectively force social media and Internet companies to let users share their data across services.
The pilot begins this week in Ireland (where Facebook has been under investigation for alleged violations of European Union data privacy law).
Facebook's new tool for transferring photos and videos to Google Photos will be available in the first half of 2020 to everyone worldwide.
USA and European regulators have been examining Facebook's control of personal data such as images as they look into whether the tech giant's dominance is stifling competition and limiting choice for consumers.
Facebook has allowed members to download their data since 2010.
"The photo transfer tool can be accessed in the Your Facebook Information section of the app's settings". All of these companies are part of the Data Transfer Project, an open-source project aimed at (as the name implies) making it so that "all individuals across the web could easily move their data between online service providers whenever they want".
All data transferred will be encrypted and people will be asked to enter their password before a transfer begins.
"We've learned from our conversations with policymakers, regulators, academics, advocates and others that real-world use cases and tools will help drive policy discussions forward", Mr Satterfield said.
You can check out the new tool here.
The wider Data Transfer Project consists of three main parts - a set of shared data to represent each content type, a system to handle authentication and a task manager to ensure everything is put together properly.