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JMCE at Keio/Japan | [JMCE at Keio/Japan] Special Lecture #8 (08072017)

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Title

Big Data Domination and Privacy Crisis

Speaker

Hiroshi Miyashita, Associate Professor, LL.D., Faculty of Policy Studies,

Chuo University

Dates

8 July 2017

Venue

4F Conference Room, South Building, Mita-Campus,

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

Number of

Participants

(approx.)

15

Outlines

(up to 5 points)

-The EU's new regulation on the General Protection of Personal Data (GDPR) applies extra-territorially, where undertakings provide goods or services to individuals in the EU, etc.

-The EU has consolidated the right to be forgotten in the Google v

Spain case.

-The EU prohibits transfers of personal data to countries without

their appropriate level of protection, among which Japan.

-The EU takes the stance that personal data must be protected even

 when anti-terrorism measures are taken.

-There are differences between EU and Japan data protection

approaches, and these gaps are to be overcome also for the success

of the Japan EU economic partnership negotiation.

 

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