Cross-border data flows enabling massive collection of data worldwide are critical for a global digital economy.
Formal arrangements to enable free data flows include agreements established by the European Union, Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) and the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA/Nafta).
These agreements may recognise a similar level of protection in specific countries or other agreements. However, our research shows that only a few countries in the Americas are party to formal arrangements enabling cross-border personal data transfers, or were formally recognised as offering a similar level of protection (see summary table).
05 December 19
WRC-19 wrap-up: 14.75 GHz in spectrum bands above 24 GHz identified for 5G on a global basis
Cullen International published a comprehensive Flash report summarising the main findings of WRC-19 for 5G services.
02 December 19
[INFOGRAPHIC] EU consumer protection rules for online and electronic communications services
This new Cullen cheat sheet shows how the main horizontal and sector-specific consumer protection rules apply to online and electronic communications services.
19 November 19
New Audiovisual Media Service Directive transposition - 9 of the 14 countries covered are preparing draft laws
Cullen International just published two new benchmarks that track the progress in the transposition of the AVMS directive across 14 European countries.