JP Gov to consider mandatory to record all the web browsing history

On 5/20/2013, the public security committee of LDP (the Liberal Democratic Party), which is the government party, announced to advise Japanese Prime Minister to make it mandatory to record web browsing history.

It is to investigate the cyber crime and track the suspect. They also suggested to found the organization for research, analysis, and manpower training including industry, government and academia.


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Le Gouvernement JP envisage de rendre obligatoire l’enregistrement de tous les historiques de navigation du web


Le 20 mai 2013, le comité de sécurité publique du PLD (Parti libéral démocrate), le parti au pouvoir, a annoncé conseiller au Premier ministre japonais de rendre obligatoire l’enregistrement de tous les historiques de navigation du web.

C’est pour enquêter sur la cybercriminalité et suivre les suspects. Ils ont également suggéré de le justifier pour la recherche, l’analyse et la formation en particulier pour l’industrie, le gouvernement et le milieu universitaire.

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8 Responses to “JP Gov to consider mandatory to record all the web browsing history”

  1. jec says:

    `1984″ or government watching over the citizens. Guess this is for stopping “baseless rumors.” Has anyone heard from the person, an acedemic, who was arrested a few months ago for that exact crime. Well, not sure arrested, but certainly admonished, or maybe lost job.

  2. Sickputer says:

    Congratulations Big Buddha Brother! You are catching up to the Americans who have been doing this since the Patriot Act. The problem is they don’t have enough computer savvy thugs with a badge to catch all those “subversives” who dare to question the official reports on Japanese nuclear fallout

    Hell… Half the cops are sick and dying themselves…you think that badge and a fast Toshiba computer is going to protect your lungs or lower intestines? You guys are no safer than the winos sleeping on the contaminated Tokyo subway. The bums probably do better because they don’t eat the nuclear sushi from the east coast.

    Who cares if they have their computer intrigues? Garbage in and garbage out. Everyone within 200 miles of Fukushima is in bad health and the circle is widening every day. Can’t wait to see how they explain the mass exodus of the upper class (“Brain drain” no doubt). :-)

  3. Brawrf says:

    Europe already does this too.

    The public response was that nearly every website is now using HTTPS with an AES-128 or AES-256 cipher.
    I think it’s time to do the same for FD right now. It’s quite easy (and often even free) to obtain certificates for this kind of purpose.

  4. TechDud says:

    Ah, wouldn’t that include the PM then?

    Who’s watching the watchers?

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