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Enabling Electronic Commerce: The Contribution of APEC’s Data Privacy Framework

Enabling Electronic Commerce: The Contribution of APECâs Data Privacy Framework

PUBLICATION NUMBER
APEC#211-SE-01.13
YEAR
2011
PUBLISHED DATE
October 2011
TYPE OF PUBLICATION
Reports
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PAGES
36
ACCESSED
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Individual Files

1. Introduction

2. Assessment of the DPS actions

3. Conclusion and recommendations

4. References

Appendix



Description

The study found that the Data Privacy Sub-Group (DPS) has developed the necessary framework for a Cross-Border Privacy Rules (CBPR) system in the APEC region, further implementing the APEC Data Privacy Framework. This initiative will help to ensure that businesses and consumers can reap the full benefits associated with a secure data network, including an increase in electronic commerce activities. The successful efforts of the DPS to build capacity among the member economies also ensures that there is a common approach to data privacy across the APEC region.




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INDIVIDUAL FILES

Individual Files

1. Introduction

2. Assessment of the DPS actions

3. Conclusion and recommendations

4. References

Appendix


DESCRIPTIONS

Description

The study found that the Data Privacy Sub-Group (DPS) has developed the necessary framework for a Cross-Border Privacy Rules (CBPR) system in the APEC region, further implementing the APEC Data Privacy Framework. This initiative will help to ensure that businesses and consumers can reap the full benefits associated with a secure data network, including an increase in electronic commerce activities. The successful efforts of the DPS to build capacity among the member economies also ensures that there is a common approach to data privacy across the APEC region.

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