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Act concerning Protection of Personal Information (Japan Law No. 57, 2003)

[Personal Information Protection Law (Japan)]

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(Competent Ministers)

Article 36            (1) The competent minister in the provisions of this section shall be as follows.  However, the prime minister may, if he finds it necessary for smooth implementation of the provisions in this section, designate a particular minister or National Public Safety Commission (hereinafter referred to as gthe Ministerh) as the competent minister for a certain kind of handling of personal information by the businesses handling the personal information.

  1. As for the handling of personal information relating to employment management by the businesses handling the personal information, the competent minister shall be the Minister of Health, Labor and Welfare (the Minister of Land, Infrastructure and Transport for the personal information relating to employment management of the vessel crew) and the Minister having the jurisdiction over the business activities of those businesses handling the personal information,

  2. As for any other handling of personal information by the businesses handling the personal information, the competent minister shall be the Minister having the jurisdiction over the business activities of those businesses handling the personal information.

(2) When the prime minister designate the competent minister under the provisions of ghowever clauseh in the previous paragraph, he shall make a public announcement of his designation.

(3) The competent ministers shall keep close communications and cooperate with each other in implementing the provisions of this section.

àProtection of Personal Information Act

 

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