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Privacy Law Developments That Have Flown Under The Radar

Law360, New York (August 7, 2017, 7:39 PM EDT) -- A patchwork of state and federal privacy laws in the U.S., the looming general data protection regulation in the European Union, and a stringent new Chinese cybersecurity law have grabbed headlines and captured the attention of data-rich businesses. But outside these regions, privacy rules abound, and legal experts advise multinationals to pay attention to what other countries are doing in this area.

In the absence of international standards to govern corporate cybersecurity practices, it is up to each country to chart its own regime. Each jurisdiction takes a different approach, and laws governing how to report data breaches and how to...

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