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Cabinet OKs bills to promote delayed digital reforms in Japan

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Almost there Japan! Catching up to most of the other industrialized countries.

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What post will be given to the oji-san who led the IT security department without ever using computer?

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Rather than digitalization of central government, I would prefer decentralization of government and shrinking of government.

The private sector is very good at digitalization. I did an online proof of identity today with just my smart phone, although I did need my ID card handy.

We will get digitalization and innovation when we pay for services in the private sector, but pay taxes and expect equivalent service? No luck with that.

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Less government intervention, the tax implications will ultimately reflect on future foreign investment.

Let the the market manage and control economic reform outside of political interference.

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What doesn’t work analog, that also won’t work digital. lol

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