OPG warns UK government traded privacy rights to join CPTPP

28/07/2023 | Open Rights Group

The UK government's recent announcement that it had concluded negotiations to join the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) could have serious privacy implications, according to the Open Rights Group. The ORG warns that the agreement contains clauses that could result in protections being removed when personal data is transferred overseas, particularly to Asia-Pacific region countries.

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