Jul 162010
 July 16, 2010  Posted by  Non-U.S., Online

Vivian Yeo reports:

A new initiative launched Friday by the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) aims to boost consumer trust in e-commerce in the Asia-Pacific region. It will do this by providing a platform for the enforcement of data privacy laws through cross-border cooperation.

The APEC Cross-border Privacy Enforcement Arrangement (CPEA) establishes a framework under which participating authorities may contact each other for assistance in collecting evidence and sharing information on an organization or matter under investigation. Privacy authorities can also liaise with one another in the area of enforcing actions and transferring complaints to another jurisdiction, according to a statement from the APEC Secretariat based in Singapore.

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