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Japan's APPI

compliant?

Learn how to be APPI compliant with Didomi's

Consent Management Platform 

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About Didomi's Consent

Management Platform 

Didomi's CMP is approved by the IAB Europe's Transparency &

Consent Framework and complies with China's PIPL

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Didomi's CMP offers:

Support for regulations worldwide such as GDPR, CCPA, LGPD, POPIA and many more

A fully customizable consent banner to enhance the user experience

Possibility to optimize the collection of user consent with advanced analytics features while reducing the impact of regulations on your business performance

Synchronization of data collected across multiple platforms in one single place by connecting to your tech stack

Ability to store the data for future references and proof of consent

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What is APPI?

The founding text in Japan for the Protection of Personal Information Act (APPI), was originally adopted in 2003 and was amended for the first time in 2017. The goal of the text is to ‘protect the rights and interests of individuals while considering the usefulness of personal information, in particular for the establishment of new industries, the realization of a vibrant economic society and a better quality of life for the Japanese people.’ (Article 1).

 

In this sense, it regulates the collection, the use and transfer of personal and “anonymized” data. In particular, user consent is often required prior to the collection of his data. The APPI has also created the Personal Information Protection Commission (PPC), responsible for supervising the APPI implementation, as well as international data protection standards.

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