Setting a governments' access to private sector data global standard

02/05/2023 | IAPP

Global trans-border data flows were a significant discussion point during the IAPP Global Privacy Summit 2023, as they have been for democratic allies worldwide for the last decade. During a keynote panel discussion, former UK Information Commissioner and Baker McKenzie International Advisor Elizabeth Denham called for a binding global treaty to set a legal baseline for governments to access private sector data. Denham said, "Democracies, especially the G7, should be able to get together and come to an agreement around standards."

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