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Japanese gov't orders Facebook to improve data protection

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That’s pretty rich! japan warning other companies to tighten up their cyber security. How many massive data breeches have happened in Japan in the last three or four years? Six? Seven? That’s not counting the two millions pensions that were ‘misplaced’ in cyber space a few more years ago.

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How much do you want to bet the e-mails discussing this were written on computers using Windows XP?

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The commission said users' information such as IDs and browsing history was automatically transferred to Facebook when a user viewed an outside website that had Facebook's "like" button, even if the user did not click on the button.

Welcome to the internet, every media company does this, every single one, Apple, MS, Google... Everything is tracked.

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Japanese government "orders" Facebook? Orders? How about ordering their own companies and government systems to be more secure instead! Bloody rich coming from a corrupt government!

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Just few years back similar incident happened to JAL, JTB, Japan Pension Servicesand many other in Japan. Do Govt ask them to improve their protection?

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Just few years back similar incident happened to JAL, JTB, Japan Pension Servicesand many other in Japan. Do Govt ask them to improve their protection?

The agency was established less than 2 years ago. Do you have evidence that they haven't warned domestic companies as well?

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