CBPR Forum opens doors to participation in other jurisdictions

14/04/2023 | CBPR

The Global Cross-Border Privacy Rules (CBPR) Forum has added to its 2022 declaration with the release of the Global CBPR Framework and Terms of Reference, a move it claims will enable participation from interested jurisdictions. The framework "establishes the core requirements on which the Global Cross-Border Privacy Rules and Global Privacy Recognition for Processors Systems are to be based," while the Terms of Reference lays out the forum's organisational structure. 

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