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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