TOKYO -- Japan has taken a step toward policing foreign technology companies under the same communication privacy rules that govern domestic companies, responding to a string of personal data breaches around the globe.
A panel of experts under the communications ministry on Monday called for expanding the telecommunications law to foreign businesses, reasoning that the current situation poses a risk to the public.
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