In November, Japan's Personal Information Protection Commission drafted an outline for potential amendments to the country's Act on the Protection of Personal Information. The proposal featured seven areas of focus, including data subject rights, enforcement actions and increased requirements for organizations. The full outline is expected to be published this month in an effort to get a draft bill tabled in Parliament by January. Mori Hamada & Matsumoto's Hiroyuki Tanaka and Noboru Kitayama detail the current outline in this piece for Privacy Tracker.
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