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Japan to extend privacy laws to protect genetic data

The Japanese government has decided to revise the country’s privacy laws in order to clarify protections for personal genetic data, ending ongoing uncertainty around the legal status of genome-based information.

Original article here.

Robert Westmacott
Robert is the founder and Vice Chairman of a legal services start-up – Scribestar which is aiming to disrupt the document workflow process within the Capital Markets space when it launches later in 2015. He has spent the last 30 years in Financial Services building professional relationships within the legal and banking support services.

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