Privacy Advisor

APEC’s cross-border privacy rules to facilitate data flows…soon

04.01.2012
The Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation’s Cross-Border Privacy Rules (CBPRs)—endorsed by U.S. President Barack Obama and APEC member economies at an APEC leaders meeting in Hawaii late last year and scheduled to be released later this year—aim to provide a framework to facilitate cross-border data flows by allowing for interoperability through various jurisdictions’ privacy regimes.

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