OECD governments agree on a framework for privacy law enforcement co-operation

Embodied in a new OECD Recommendation, the framework reflects a commitment by governments to improve their domestic frameworks for privacy law enforcement to better enable their authorities to co-operate with foreign authorities, as well as to provide mutual assistance to one another in the enforcement of privacy laws.
http://www.oecd.org/document/60/0,3343,en_2649_37441_38771516_1_1_1_37441,00.htmlAlso see:
OECD: Net growth prompts privacy update
The world’s leading industrialised nations have been forced to update privacy laws made obsolete by the huge volume of data moving around the net. Of particular concern to the 30 OECD states was the increasing amount of personal data flowing between nations.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/technology/6254650.stmInternational effort on privacy protection is launched
The world’s most developed economies will co-operate to uphold privacy laws in the face of increasing amounts of cross border data transfer. The member countries of the OECD have agreed the plan.
http://out-law.com/page-8182

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