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Data Security in Japan: New Cross-Border Data Transfer Rule

Date: 15 June 2017
Privacy, Data Protection and Information Management Alert
By: Yuki Sako, Nobuhiro Kawanaka

Does your business outside of Japan receive any personal information from Japan, perhaps from your affiliates, business partners, or customers based in Japan?  Does your business in Japan transfer any personal information outside of Japan, perhaps to your overseas affiliates or business partners?  If yes, here is what you need to know about the new cross-border personal data transfer rule that became effective on May 30, 2017.  

Please click here to read the full alert.

Yuki Sako
Yuki Sako
New York
Tokyo
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