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Global News Roundup

With the Australian Privacy Principles in effect, the data protection regulation vote in the European Parliament and the announcement of the announcement of the G29 and APEC announcing a joint agreement aiming to aid companies in achieving compliance with global data transfers, it’s been a busy couple of weeks. Privacy Tracker has the information you need on the latest action, plus updates to U.S. state and federal initiatives and some opinions on where privacy law is headed. Looking forward to March Madness? U.S. Rep. Jared Polis (D-CO) is hoping that Congress is, too, and that his latest plea will help get support for the E-mail Privacy Act.

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IAPP Westin Research Center

Treacherous Waters: What the World Would Look Like Without Safe Harbor

By Kelsey Finch, IAPP Westin Research Fellow

Since the revelation of the NSA’s mass e-surveillance program in June, and in conjunction with the progress of the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in Brussels, European institutions have been actively reconsidering the terms on which personal data is permitted to cross European borders. One proposal, which has raised a ripple effect of concern through the industry, includes...

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