Japanese blue chips not prepared for EU data security rules

TOKYO — Nearly 80% of the major Japanese corporations surveyed by Nikkei say they are not yet completely compliant with the tougher data protection rules the European Union will put into force on Friday. The General Data Protection Regulation mandates …
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