U.S., Canada Agree to Cross-Border Info-Handling Guidelines
Neither treaty nor laws, the agreement is on a framework for privacy protection
By John Eggerton -- Broadcasting & Cable, 6/28/2012 5:23:42 PM
The principles have no force of law, and is not a treaty, but a framework for BTB (in this case that stands for Beyond the Border) personal information sharing between the countries.
The principles include limiting use of information to a specific purpose, protecting it from corruption, misuse or unauthorized access, providing transparency about and notice of, its use, and a an opportunity for individuals to expunge that information.
No related content found.
Most Popular Pages
No Top Articles