Privacy Advisor

Asia-Pacific data privacy laws: model corporate privacy principles

Corporations that operate in and collect or process personal data in Asia-Pacific countries need to have comprehensive privacy policies addressing these countries’ data privacy laws. Is it possible to create a single policy that achieves such a broad coverage? The answer is yes, but Asia, unlike Europe, does not have broad regional directive requiring member states to enact local data privacy laws conforming to certain principles.

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