Personal Information Protection Commission

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The Personal Information Protection Commission (個人情報保護委員会, Kojin jōhō hogo iinkai, PPC) is a Japanese government commission charged with the protection of personal information. It was established on January 1, 2016 to replaces the Specific Personal Information Protection Commission.[1] The commission consisted of eight commissioners and a chairperson appointed by the Prime Minister with the consent of the National Diet.[2] The number of commission members was increased from the initial four to eight in February 2016.[3]

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