Global Privacy Enforcement Network aims to facilitate cooperation
“Because modern commerce increasingly relies on the flow of personal information across national and jurisdictional borders, privacy-related law violations often involve multiple jurisdictions,” says Yael Weinman, counsel for international consumer protection at the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC). “This requires both a better understanding of the different privacy regimes around the world as well as actual cooperation among privacy enforcement authorities.”
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