Tuesday 24 May 2022
La Cave

Panel Description

In 2022, it is no longer enough to know the latest privacy developments out of Europe or even the United States. Global businesses need to comply with an increasingly expanding scope of privacy and data protection laws, including the PIPL in China and LGPD in Brazil. India is contemplating its comprehensive data protection legislation, while African nations continue to adopt new laws. Even as new countries are joining the fray, numerous nations - including for example Australia, Canada, Israel and Singapore - are in the midst of reforming their data protection frameworks. In this session, experts from five continents discuss the challenges of complying with multiple laws, the additional friction caused by localization requirements and transfer restrictions, and strategies for staying ahead of the curve.

• How are businesses addressing a growing list of data protection law?
• Do localisation requirements and data transfer restrictions threaten the Internet and global trade?
• Emerging enforcement trends of new laws including in China and Brazil?
• How can we compare new frameworks to GDPR and CCPA?


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