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Daily Dashboard | CIPL white paper details USMCA's effects on potential federal privacy law Related reading: Reflecting on the US Senate privacy law hearing and SAFE DATA Act

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According to Hunton Andrews Kurth's Privacy & Information Security Law Blog, the Centre for Information Policy Leadership has published a white paper discussing how the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement might impact potential U.S. privacy legislation. The white paper discusses the agreement's provisions on digital trade, which call for a legal framework for personal data protection and the formal recognition of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Cross-Border Privacy Rules. CIPL argues a federal privacy law will also need to recognize and employ the APEC CBPR, along with other privacy certifications and general codes of conduct.
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