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Daily Dashboard | In CBPR Forum, US pushes for more data interoperability Related reading: Martin Abrams: A look back at a career in information privacy and consumer policy




Politico reports the U.S. is pushing forward with various countries on the proposal for Global Cross-Border Privacy Rules despite potential friction with the EU General Data Protection Regulation. A recent meeting between 20 nations in Hawaii sought to finalize details of a global CBPR framework, which existing participants hope will include Brazil and the U.K. by year's end as well as other nations, like Bermuda and Chile, by 2023. However, unnamed EU officials indicated the CBPR framework would not equate to GDPR adequacy, as previously made clear in the EU's adequacy agreement with Japan.
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