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Japan to look into cracking down on foreign websites

TOKYO -- The Japanese government is set to look into forcibly blocking foreign websites that show copyrighted Japanese content.

     This summer, the government will set up an expert committee under the Intellectual Property Strategy Headquarters of the Cabinet Secretariat. The committee will cooperate with telecommunications carriers and academic experts before drawing its conclusions in March 2016.

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