Japanese ruling party hears Google and Facebook over data protection issues

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Members of the Japanese ruling party, the Liberal Democratic Party, questioned executives from Google over the company’s data protection practices. According to the Japan Times, the party headed by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is also set to hear from Facebook, on 22 March as the Japanese antitrust watchdog examines whether the market position of dominant tech companies hinders fair competition.

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