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“Countries around the world are struggling to decide whether to adopt data protection law based on the proposed EU Data Protection Regulation or to use a U.S. approach to privacy protection,” writes Christopher Kuner of Wilson Sonsini. The result, he notes, is a “competition in global data protection policymaking, with the European Commission on the one side and the U.S. government on the other side, both lobbying other countries to follow their respective models.” In this post for Privacy Perspectives, Kuner looks into the global competition and analyzes, as an example, the current reform efforts in Japan through the lens of the U.S. and EU data protection approaches.
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