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Assistance with research for the Personal Information Protection Commission of Japan 

Nicholas Ktenas, partner of the firm who specialises in data protection, and Michael Ioannou, our IT manager, recently contributed to a research project undertaken by Namura Research Institute on behalf of the Personal Information Protection Commission of Japan examining the practices of national data protection authorities and the legal, technical and organizational aspects of data protection in EU member states in the context of the new EU General Data Protection Regulation, which take effect in all EU member states on 25 May 2018. In order to form a comprehensive view the research was not restricted to the national regulatory authorities, but also included feedback from all the other stakeholders in the data protection process. The findings of the research will be used to improve the future practices of the Personal Information Protection Commission.

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