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Daily Dashboard | APEC Update: Now That We’ve Built It, Will They Come? Related reading: Perspective: A new twist for CCPA class actions

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Following meetings taking place in Beijing, China, last month, Markus Heyder, on behalf of the Centre for Information Policy Leadership, provides an update for Privacy Perspectives on the status of the APEC Cross-Border Privacy Rules (CBPRs). Having “witnessed the level of energy and interest that government- and private-sector stakeholders continue to bring to this work,” he writes, “I continue to believe that interoperability schemes such as the CBPR are gaining ground.” There is room for concern, however, in the possibility of gridlock and loss of momentum from what some describe as the “chicken and egg problem.” Heyder discusses why this dilemma must be avoided and how it can be resolved, providing a status update on CBPR implementation and making the case for joining the CBPR system.
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