Personal Information Protection Commission Releases Draft Guidelines On Personal Data Transfers
12 July 2018
Daniel J. McLoon
(Los Angeles) ,
Lisa M. Ropple
Undine Von Diemar
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On April 25, 2018, the Personal Information Protection
Commission released draft guidelines on the processing of personal
data transferred from the European Union for public comments
(source document in Japanese). Under the draft guidelines, legally
binding rules that will apply to the personal data transferred from
the European Union to Japan based upon the European Union's
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