Mar 122013
 March 12, 2013  Posted by  Laws, Misc

Peter Fleischer writes:

Ask yourself why a European privacy regulator can propagate the preposterous view publicly that the US has “no effective privacy laws.”  And lots of people seem to believe that.  And why does it matter?

On the global stage, Europe is convincing many countries around the world to implement privacy laws that follow the European model.  The facts speak for themselves:  in the last year alone, a dozen countries in Latin America and Asia have adopted euro-style privacy laws.  Not a single country, anywhere, has followed the US-model.

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