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Video: John Galligan (Multistakeholder Forum: A New Privacy Framework for Japan)

Multistakeholder Forum: A New Privacy Framework for Japan

Expert Panelist: John Galligan (Microsoft)

John Galligan is the Regional Director for Government Relations for Microsoft in Asia Pacific. His role is to support markets across the region to promote Microsoft’s public policy agenda including; cloud computing, privacy, security, search and fostering a vibrant online ecosystem. He works with governments across Asia Pacific to promote the role for technology in advancing national competitiveness for economies across the region.

Mr. Galligan held the position of Director of Corporate and Regulatory Affairs at BAT Australasia for over 6 years and from 1993-1997 occupied a number of senior advisory positions in Australian federal politics. He holds degrees in Business Communication from the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) and in Political Science from The Australian National University (ANU).

The Keio International Project for the Internet & Society (KICIS) organized a conference to promote discussion on the future of privacy on the Internet in Japan. The conference brought experts on privacy concerns from abroad as well as multistakeholder representatives from various social and economic sectors in Japan. Discussion will focus on their questions, concerns and expectations regarding the new framework on privacy currently being drafted within the Japanese government.

Read the event report to learn more.

Video: Taro Komukai (Multistakeholder Forum: A New Privacy Framework for Japan)

Multistakeholder Forum: A New Privacy Framework for Japan

Expert Panelist: Taro Komukai (Executive Director, InfoCom Research)

Dr. Taro Komukai is executive director and senior consultant at InfoCom Research in Tokyo, Japan. He received his Ph.D. in Law from Chuo University in 2007. He is also a visiting associate professor in the Graduate School of Information and Telecommunications Studies at Waseda University in Tokyo. His research interests include privacy, information security, secrecy of communications and other issues associated with digitalization and the Internet.

The Keio International Project for the Internet & Society (KICIS) organized a conference to promote discussion on the future of privacy on the Internet in Japan. The conference brought experts on privacy concerns from abroad as well as multistakeholder representatives from various social and economic sectors in Japan. Discussion will focus on their questions, concerns and expectations regarding the new framework on privacy currently being drafted within the Japanese government.

Read the event report to learn more.

Video: Makoto Yokozawa (Multistakeholder Forum: A New Privacy Framework for Japan)

Multistakeholder Forum: A New Privacy Framework for Japan

Expert Panelist: Professor Makoto Yokozawa (Kyoto University)

Dr. Yokozawa is the head professor of the Market and Organisation Informatics Systems, which is a Joint Research Unit with Nomura Research Institute, Ltd., at the Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto University. He has been participating in many study groups on regulatory and policy issues within the Japanese government and private sector associations focusing on broadband policy, frequency management, innovation R&D and policies for a Ubiquitous Network Society.

The Keio International Project for the Internet & Society (KICIS) organized a conference to promote discussion on the future of privacy on the Internet in Japan. The conference brought experts on privacy concerns from abroad as well as multistakeholder representatives from various social and economic sectors in Japan. Discussion will focus on their questions, concerns and expectations regarding the new framework on privacy currently being drafted within the Japanese government.

Read the event report to learn more.

Video: Chris Hopfensperger (Multistakeholder Forum: A New Privacy Framework for Japan)

Multistakeholder Forum: A New Privacy Framework for Japan

Multistakeholder Forum: Chris Hopfensperger (Business Software Alliance)

As Technology Policy Counsel, Chris Hopfensperger works with the BSA | The Software Alliance’s members to develop the BSA’s technology policy positions and articulate these positions to US and international policy makers.

He advises members in such critical areas such as innovation, copyright protection, privacy, e-commerce, and cloud computing. Prior to joining BSA, Hopfensperger served as a technology and trade policy associate with K&L Gates, where he advised companies and industry associations on pursuing legislation and representing their issues before Congress and the federal agencies and in the courts. Previously, Hopfensperger worked as a newspaper journalist. He edited and wrote for several metropolitan dailies, including The Washington Post, The Sacramento Bee, and the St. Petersburg Times.

The Keio International Project for the Internet & Society (KICIS) organized a conference to promote discussion on the future of privacy on the Internet in Japan. The conference brought experts on privacy concerns from abroad as well as multistakeholder representatives from various social and economic sectors in Japan. Discussion will focus on their questions, concerns and expectations regarding the new framework on privacy currently being drafted within the Japanese government.

Read the event report to learn more.

Video: Eiji Sasahara (Multistakeholder Forum: A New Privacy Framework for Japan)

Multistakeholder Forum: A New Privacy Framework for Japan

Multistakeholder Forum: Eiji Sahara (Healthcare Cloud Initiative)

Dr. Eiji Sasahara is a Partner of the Healthcare Cloud Initiative, NPO, and representative of the Board of Directors at the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) Japan Chapter Inc. As Chair of the Healthcare IT Subcommittee at the American Chamber of Commerce in Japan (ACCJ), he focusesg on research and career development support regarding Governance, and Risk and Compliance for utilizing ICT in the health/life sciences industries.

He holds a B.A. in Human Sciences from Keio University, an MBA from Boston University’s Graduate School of Management and a Ph.D. in Medical and Pharmaceutical Sciences from Chiba University Graduate School of Medical and Pharmaceutical Sciences.

The Keio International Project for the Internet & Society (KICIS) organized a conference to promote discussion on the future of privacy on the Internet in Japan. The conference brought experts on privacy concerns from abroad as well as multistakeholder representatives from various social and economic sectors in Japan. Discussion will focus on their questions, concerns and expectations regarding the new framework on privacy currently being drafted within the Japanese government.

Read the event report to learn more.

Video: Keisuke Otsubo (Multistakeholder Forum: A New Privacy Framework for Japan)

Multistakeholder Forum: A New Privacy Framework for Japan

Multistakeholder Forum: Keisuke Otsubo (Keio University)

Keisuke Otsubo is a master’s degree candidate at the Graduate School of Media and Governance, Keio University. He is a Principal Researcher for Keio University’s International Project for the Internet and Society (KICIS). His current research focuses on Japan’s latest Cyber-Security Strategy, the governance of Privacy Policy Guideline for Apps and Online Games, the development of laws for the Cloud Computing Generation and informational literacy education for children and parents.

The Keio International Project for the Internet & Society (KICIS) organized a conference to promote discussion on the future of privacy on the Internet in Japan. The conference brought experts on privacy concerns from abroad as well as multistakeholder representatives from various social and economic sectors in Japan. Discussion will focus on their questions, concerns and expectations regarding the new framework on privacy currently being drafted within the Japanese government.

Read the event report to learn more.

Video: Naoko Mizukoshi (Multistakeholder Forum: A New Privacy Framework for Japan)

Multistakeholder Forum: A New Privacy Framework for Japan

Multistakeholder Forum: Naoko Mizukoshi (Endeavour Law Offices)

Naoko Mizukoshi is an attorney and Founder/Partner at Endeavour Law Office. Admitted to the bar in Japan in 1995, and in the State of California in 2002, she has been advising a variety of corporate clients from large multi-national corporations to high-tech start-ups with her deep expertise in Intellectual Property, ICT, and Entertainment.

Ms. Mizukoshi possesses a unique combination of experiences both as a partner lawyer at one of the largest law firms in Japan as well as an in-house lawyer at global IT companies. Ms. Mizukoshi has served as an in-house lawyer at Microsoft, Autodesk, and Nomura Research Institute. Ms. Mizukoshi graduated from Hitotsubashi University (LL.B.).

The Keio International Project for the Internet & Society (KICIS) organized a conference to promote discussion on the future of privacy on the Internet in Japan. The conference brought experts on privacy concerns from abroad as well as multistakeholder representatives from various social and economic sectors in Japan. Discussion will focus on their questions, concerns and expectations regarding the new framework on privacy currently being drafted within the Japanese government.

Read the event report to learn more.

Video: Naoya Bessho (Multistakeholder Forum: A New Privacy Framework for Japan)

Multistakeholder Forum on A New Privacy Framework for Japan

Expert Panelist: Naoya Bessho (Yahoo Japan)

Naoya Bessho joined Yahoo! Japan in 1999, created the legal division in 2000, and is currently CCO and General Counsel and oversees legal, intellectual property, internet safety, governance, compliance, and risk management departments. Mr. Bessho currently represents Yahoo! Japan on several committees and working groups including the Consumer Commission Expert Committee for Personal Information Protection, the Cabinet Office Committee for Improvement of the Internet Environment for Youth, and Safe Internet of JAPAN.

He has also been at the forefront of Yahoo! Japan’s disaster relief efforts during and after the Great East Japan Disaster and continues to work with governments and businesses to fulfill the potential of the Internet to impact lives in a positive way.

The Keio International Project for the Internet & Society (KICIS) organized a conference to promote discussion on the future of privacy on the Internet in Japan. The conference brought experts on privacy concerns from abroad as well as multistakeholder representatives from various social and economic sectors in Japan. Discussion will focus on their questions, concerns and expectations regarding the new framework on privacy currently being drafted within the Japanese government.

Read the event report to learn more.

Video: Fumio Shimpo (Multistakeholder Forum: A New Privacy Framework for Japan)

Multistakeholder Forum: A New Privacy Framework for Japan

Expert Panelist: Professor Fumio Shimpo (Keio University)

Professor Fumio Shimpo is a Professor in the Faculty of Policy Management and the Graduate School of Media and Governance. His areas of expertise include constitutional law and cyber law. He holds a Ph.D. from Komazawa University in Law, and is vice-chair of the OECD Working Group on Information and Security. His research interests include cybercrime, intellectual property, internet governance, privacy and the protection of personal information and freedom of expression.

The Keio International Project for the Internet & Society (KICIS) organized a conference to promote discussion on the future of privacy on the Internet in Japan. The conference brought experts on privacy concerns from abroad as well as multistakeholder representatives from various social and economic sectors in Japan. Discussion will focus on their questions, concerns and expectations regarding the new framework on privacy currently being drafted within the Japanese government.

Read the event report to learn more.

Big Data 2013: Kyung-Won Chong

Topic: The Intersection of the Cloud & Big Data Wide scale adoption of Cloud Computing coupled with the ability to aggregate and analyze huge amounts of previously unavailable data (Big Data) can lower costs and improve decision-making in many critical development sectors, such as health care, education, employment, economic productivity, public safety, and natural disaster and

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