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Daily Dashboard | FTC warns companies falsely claiming CBPR certification Related reading: Austrian DPA’s Google Analytics decision ‘casts a dark cloud’ over data transfers



The Federal Trade Commission has issued warning letters to 28 companies that claim on their websites to be certified to the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperative’s Cross-Border Privacy Rules system but do not appear to meet the requirements. According to the press release, the companies must immediately remove the claim from their websites and notify the FTC that they have done so. Alternatively, they can provide information proving their compliance. The letters state that if the companies fail to take either of these actions, they may be in violation of the FTC Act. Companies can be certified as compliant with APEC CBPR based on nine principles: preventing harm, notice, collection limitation, use choice, integrity, security safeguards, access and correction, and accountability.
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