In this week’s global legislative roundup, the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner is expected to receive an increase of AU$5.5 million in funding to respond to the Optus breach. A German state data regulator said questions remain surrounding certain provisions of the EU-U.S. Data Privacy Framework. And the French and South Korean data protection authorities signed an agreement to conduct joint research on “new technologies and data protection issues.” And the U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau launched a financial data rights rulemaking seeking to strengthen access and control for customers. (IAPP member exclusive.)
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