In this research, we examine the regulation and governance of cross-border data flows—the movement of digital information across borders.
How is the current patchwork approach to regulating data flows posing risks to economic growth? To what extent have trade agreements been able to standardize divergent approaches to privacy, data protection, security, and law enforcement access to data? How can Canada support Indigenous Peoples in gaining greater control of their data?
Read the issue briefing to get our full analysis.