Analysis of Cabinet of Japan's approved bill to amend APPI

18/03/2020 | IAPP

On 10th March, the Cabinet of Japan approved a bill to amend the Act on the Protection of Personal Information. The Diet is expected to approve the bill during its regular session by June 17, and after the Cabinet order and the rules of the Personal Information Protection Commission regarding the amendments are made, the amendments are expected to take effect in 2021, although it is not clear exactly when.

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