Japan's big problem
Dear Bundesamt and UNHCR Berlin office,
I am Hidenobu Onishi, a first refugee from Japan.
My number is 5556608-442.
Did you read my mails sent yesterday?
In that, one important thing is, I indicated a violation of Personal Information Protection Law;
to Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry and Privacymark Bureau.
But they quoted "third party";
which is not occurs in OECD 8 principals, and they said, release of privacy informations to persons in the same company is suit for the law in the same company.
But, such matter is not allowed in OECD 8 principals, as you know.
In the law's english version,
"third party" is mentioned with no notes.
So non-Japanese native person may think, that mentions about not related person.
But the true meaning is, the same company's person is "second party", not "third party", and, in the same company, anyone can get everybody's personal information, because that is not "third party", the Japanese Government person said.
If a person hear about that, I think he or she is sure to object that.
For example, in Hitachi company, about 300 hundred persons are working.
If you think workers can know 300 hundred person's personal informations each other freely, and that is not protected by Japanese Personal Information Protection Law, that is a problem.
What is worse, Japanese Personal Information Protection Law's clerk at the window, decided by Japanese Government, is Privacymark Bureau.
Privacymark Bureau is a public‐service corporation, and in Japan, no law is decided to control public‐service corporation.
I called to many ministries and government offices to sue Privacymark Bureau, because they told me a lie and did wrong, but all ministries and government offices told me, our managing laws is not decided to punish such matter, and finally I found that in vain.
At first, Japanese Government decided a law.
But the Bureau decided as a clerk at the window, is never mentioned as against the law.
If that is true, if the Bureau do something against the law, but persons can't sue about that.
The Buro's person knew about that, and the person said to me, "You can't take us to court", at the biginning.
I thought why the person said that? But later I understood, they thought they were doing someting wrong, and they had to remind me of not saying complaints.
I think, that is the tip of an iceberg.
In Japan, such matter is thought not wrong. People have to obey them. People can't say what they want.
That is one big problem of Japanese people.
In all ministries and government offices, and in all laws in Japan, such things like, a Bureau decided as a clerk at the window is not accused as lawbreaking, is may be true, I think.
The only way to regenerate Japan is to omit structures built by bureaucrats.
But the number of bureaucrats are so enormous.
So the only way to regenerate Japan is to plot against the government, I think.