Australia and Chinese Taipei have become the latest economies to join the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation's Cross-Border Privacy Rules System. Both officially joined as of Nov. 23, when APEC's Electronic Commerce Steering Group Joint Oversight Panel put forward its final findings report. The CBPR system is a voluntary, accountability-based framework that serves to facilitate data flows across the APEC region. As members of the CBPR system, Australia and Chinese Taipei join the U.S., Mexico, Japan, Canada, Singapore and the Republic of Korea. Molly Hulefeld reports for The Privacy Advisor.
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