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Privacy Enforcement Cooperation and Mutual Assistance

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9:00 AM, Wednesday 12 Jun 2024 (1 hour)
International Cooperation


In this session, discover how international cooperation and mutual assistance are reshaping the landscape of privacy regulation in order to uphold digital rights and combat global privacy threats. Experts on the panel will uncover the mechanisms, limits, and triumphs of collaborative privacy enforcement cooperation efforts, paving the way for a safer digital future.  

Key questions and objectives 

  • What mechanisms exist for mutual assistance and information-sharing among privacy enforcement authorities? 
  • How do privacy enforcement authorities collaborate to investigate and prosecute cross-border data and privacy violations? 
  • What are the main challenges and future opportunities for coordinating enforcement action in the context of privacy and data security?  

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