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In data transfer news from farther east, China’s Security Assessment Measures of Cross-Border Transfer rules have been updated and will go into effect September 1. Companies whose cumulative data transfer volumes apply must register with the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) to avoid significant fines.

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Meta, Instagram are trying to run out the clock on EU data transfers

August 16, 2022

It’s August, and social media sites like Facebook and Instagram are getting a bit of a holiday as regulators spar over how to proceed with Ireland’s draft decision to block EU to US data transfers via standard contractual clauses (SCCs). Problem is that Ireland’s decision is still being reviewed and debated by other country DPOs – and if delays go long enough, Meta and others might be able to keep their data transfers going under a new data transfer deal that goes into effect early 2023.

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Nigeria (52%), US (47%), UK (46%) & Brazil (44%) top global survey with concern about misinformation

August 16, 2022

The Global Study on Information Literacy conducted by the Poynter Institute for Media Studies found, of 9,700 respondents world-wide, there is widespread concern over misinformation across all age groups. Nigeria, the US, UK and Brazil ranked highest in comparison with India (24%), Germany (20%) and Japan (20%). Gen Z, Millennials and Gen X were more concerned than older generations.

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