Data Free Flow with Trust (DFFT)
The concept of Data Free Flow with Trust (DFFT) aims to promote the free flow of data while ensuring trust in privacy, security, and intellectual property rights. At the G20 OSAKA Summit in 2019, DFFT was mentioned for the first time, and it was further developed at the G7 Hiroshima in 2023 by endorsing the establishment of the Institutional Arrangement for Partnership (IAP) for operationalizing DFFT.
This DFFT website offers a comprehensive guide to the Data Free Flow of Trust (DFFT), including its history, barriers to cross-border flow of data, and future goals of the Institutional Arrangement for Partnership (IAP), an international framework focused on addressing these barriers.
Overview of DFFT
DFFT is a concept that aims to ensure the cross-border flow of data to solve business and social issues.
History of DFFT
At G20 Osaka Summit in 2019, the leaders' declaration mentioned the concept of DFFT.
Issues and Barriers of Cross-border Flow of Data
Addressing issues and barriers related to Business and the SDGs.
Institutional Arrangement for Partnership (IAP)
We endorse on G7 Vision for operationalizing DFFT and its priorities.