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Tax and Regulations Committee Webinar: The COVID-19 tracking applications available in France and in Japan: How effective? How do they protect our personal information?

Tarif :
♦ Online webinar fee
(to be paid online via PayPal only)
≫ free for members of the French Chamber
≫ JPY 2 000 for non-members
Any cancellation after the deadline or no-show will be charged.

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The French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Japan invites you to its next Tax and RegulationsCommittee event on Monday, August 17, 2020.

 

The French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Japan invites you to its next Tax and Regulations Committee event on Monday, August 17, 2020.

 

Introduction to the webinar

While in Japan, you may be interested in ‘COCOA’ available in English.

And you may be interested in ‘StopCovid’ available in France to your family and friends. 

The Tax and Regulations Committee invites you to a webinar on August 17 at 1 pm during which the speakers will introduce both applications and comment on their effectiveness and on the protection of privacy afforded to the users. They will also show you how the applications work.

 

About the speakers

Alexis Cheynel - Market Analyst, Orange Japan

Market analyst at Orange Japan, working on subjects related to the telecom ecosystem such as 5G, IoT, AI, mobile financial services, others.

Miyako Ikuta - Attorney at Law, Kitahama Partners (Tokyo)

Attorney at Law qualified in Japan, France and New York

Partner, Kitahama Partners (Tokyo), specializing in data protection, cross-border M&A, international disputes/arbitration

Ryosuke Naka - Attorney at Law, Kitahama Partners (Osaka)

Attorney at Law qualified in Japan and New York

Partner, Kitahama Partners (Osaka), specializing in data protection, cross-border M&A, competition

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