Australia and Chinese Taipei Join the APEC CBPR System

Australia and Chinese Taipei joined the APEC Cross-Border Privacy Rules (CBPR) system in November, which is a regional multilateral cross-border transfer mechanism and an enforceable privacy code of conduct and certification developed for businesses by the 21 APEC member economies. The Attorney-General’s department in Australia said that it plans to work with both the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner and organizations to implement the system in a way that ensures long-term benefits. The National Development Council in Chinese Taipei has announced that its participation will spur local enterprises to seek overseas business opportunities and help shape conditions conducive to cross-border digital trade.

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