Diginomica | Data Must Flow in the Digital Economy

Diginomica | Data Must Flow in the Digital Economy

In a recent article written by Stuart Lachlan, which focuses on warnings issued against ever more restrictive data sovereignty regimes, the “Data Beyond Borders 2.0” report prepared by Access Partnership (and issued by Salesforce) was highlighted.

“First published in 2019, the updated Index comes to the grim conclusion that data regulations among G20 economies are becoming more restrictive with data sovereignty concerns on the rise. That all leads to more complexity and compliance demands, which in turn means extra costs for business and less trust and transparency between economies.”

Read the full article here.

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