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 Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) have agreed the plan. The new deal updates a 25-year-old agreement on the upholding of privacy …
That we don't *have* any privacy laws, then, isn't it?
Will the US be part of this?
Given how much the US likes blanket data mining its citizens and even more foreigners, are they going to confine themselves to the terms of this agreement?
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