Press Release: Commissioner Jourová in Japan to make progress on data flows

Věra Jourová, Commissioner for Justice, Consumers and Gender Equality, will visit Japan from 13 to 15 December. The main focus of her visit will be to make progress on the data protection discussions with the aim to reaching an adequacy decision as soon as possible in 2018.  To that end, she will meet the Personal Information Protection Commissioner, Masao Horibe and Members of the Japanese Parliament working on data protection. She will also discuss the entry into force of the General Data Protection Rules with the Japan Business Federation, Keidanren. Her visit will be an opportunity to build ties with the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry Vice Minister Ogushi on digital topics, such as Artificial Intelligence or robotics. As first Justice European Commissioner to visit Japan, Commissioner Jourová will meet the Ministry of Justice’s Senior Vice Minister Hanashi to discuss the existing judicial cooperation with Japan. She will exchange views with Minister for internal affairs and communication Noda and with Members of the Parliament on gender equality policy. Finally, she will also discuss data privacy with civil society organisations, including consumer groups. (For more information: Christian Wigand – Tel.: +32 229 62253; Mélanie Voin – Tel.: +32 229 58659)

Source: European Commission

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