The Italian Law Journal | ItaLJ

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Hybridizations, Contaminations, Triangulations: 
Itineraries in Comparative Law Through the Legal Systems of Italy and Japan

edited by Giorgio F. Colombo

 

The Public Administration and the Citizens Privacy Protection.
A Comparison Between European Union and Japan

by Giacomo Mannocci

Cybersecurity and privacy protection are strategic objectives to ensure free trade and economic freedom in a global society. Precisely for this reason, recently, the European Union and Japan have changed their legislation on the protection of personal data, strengthening the powers of control and regulation by public bodies. Ensuring citizens of the proliferation of data on the internet has become a necessity. This is demonstrated by the recent scandals involving Facebook and Cambridge Analytica.  

 

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