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Title

Trade and Data Protection

Speaker

Hiroshi MIYASHITA, Associate Professor, LL.D., Faculty of Policy Studies, Chuo University

Dates

22 June 2017

Venue

511, West Building, Mita-Campus,

Keio University, 2-15-45 Mita, Minato-ku, Tokyo Japan

Number of

Participants

(approx.)

13

Outlines

(up to 5 points)

-In the EU the ECJ has been quite rigorous against violation of

personal data protection under EU law as shown in the Schrems

case.

-Under EU law data transfer to the third countries without appropriate level of data protection is prohibited, of which US or Japan as well.

-In the TTIP negotiation, data protection topic is one of the

controversial question over which US and EU are difficult to agree..

-TPP reflects the American stance and it does not require data

localization, although the US participation is now gray.

-Through and as a result of Japan-EU EPA negotiation, Japan is facing a human right issue, personal data protection, to be included in trade

 issues and is being forced to reconsider its own approach toward it.

 


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Korea University
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