Data Policy

We must enhance cross-border data flows — here's why

Global and international data flows enable economic activity at a huge scale — but they are under threat. Image: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Fumiko Kudo

Project Strategy Lead, Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution, Japan, World Economic Forum

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