Adam Rose, a partner and data protection lead at Mishcon de Reya LLP tests the temperature of data protection worldwide and discusses how recent political upheavals on both sides of the Atlantic will shape future policy.
"Most countries recognise that, in a global market, they need to work towards having the EU standard for data protection in place. Lots of countries which don't have specific data protection laws will often have constitutional provisions that protect citizens and consumers in ways which are very similar to data protection laws. China, for example, doesn't have a data protection law as we know it in the UK, but there are certain rights that citizens can enforce."
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