While companies work to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the European law that takes effect on May 25, it is important to remember that countries in other parts of the world also are adopting new approaches to information privacy protection. Companies that plan to do business in new markets should take note of these and understand that the steps they take to comply with the GDPR – particularly with respect to accountability – can lay the groundwork for compliance in other regions. On March 6, 2018, Singapore’s Ministry of Communications and Information announced that Singapore has joined the APEC Cross-border Privacy Rules (CBPR). The APEC CBPR system…
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