In today’s digital economy, data is stored remotely and accessed anywhere in the world. Emails could be stored on servers in Australia by an American company and accessed in Singapore. Buyers and sellers across different time zones purchase goods, share personal data, and make financial payments via the internet.
- Singapore Recognises APEC CBPR and PRP Certifications as One of the Modes for Transfer of Data Overseas
- Key Building Blocks for Effective Privacy and Data Protection in the Global Digital Economy
- Chinese Taipei has become a formal member of the APEC CBPR system
- APEC Cross Border Privacy Rules – Australia’s participation
- APEC and EU Discuss Interoperability Between Data Transfer Mechanisms