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Japan is a significant U.S. ally commercially and in any other case. What is the Japanese method to non-public data privacy, and the way does it differ from the U.S.’s privacy tradition?
Erik Jacobs addresses the variations in how privacy is conceived and addressed in Japan in distinction to the complicated U.S. system that has no overarching federal legislation about how our private info is collected, saved, bought, and in any other case dealt with. Erik suggested the White House Office of Science and Technology and coordinated coverage on the U.S. Energy Department in the course of the prior administration. Fluent in Japanese and English, Erik is now Policy Manager for the U.S. and Asia at Access Partnership, a number one world public coverage agency devoted to opening markets for know-how. He discusses the Japanese angle towards privacy coverage and Japan’s 2022 Act on Protection of Personal Information (APPI), a complete private data privacy code that augments sectoral and different legal guidelines governing the move of private data.
Tune in to study Japan’s method and what the U.S. can study from how a number one Asian ally developed a nationwide method to data privacy safety.