[Information] CPS Center: Digital Identity Study Group "Withdrawal of Consent" (January 27, 2024)


Even if they have given their consent to the use of their own personal data, it can be assumed that they may wish to withdraw that consent. In Japan, however, the principle of legally binding of the contract prevents the free withdrawal of consent. On the other hand, in France, there is a lot of discussion regarding the withdrawal of consent. Specifically, it has been argued that the payment of money should be allowed to withdraw consent. Therefore, this workshop will be organized to offer a new perspective on Japanese law by using French law as a comparison.

This event is supported by JST Moonshot R&D Project with the Grant Number JPMJMS2215.

Speaker: Tomohisa Ishio (Kanazawa University)
Emcee: Kunifumi Saito (Keio University)

Cyber-Physical Sustainability Center (CPS Center),
Keio Global Research Institute (KGRI), Keio University
Date & Time: Saturday, January 27, 2024 | 15:00-17:00
Method: Zoom Webinar
Eligibility: Open to everyone, advansed registration is required.
Fees: Free
Language: Japanese
Registration: Click here to register for the event

Digital Identity Study Group
e-mail: saito-group@keio.jp