Line Submits Report over Data Fiasco
Tokyo, April 19 (Jiji Press)--Smartphone messaging app provider Line Corp. on Monday submitted to the Japanese communications ministry a report over the issue in which data on users in Japan had become accessible to engineers of a Chinese subsidiary.
The contents of the report include whether there had been any problems in the protection of users' personal information and privacy of communications, and measures to prevent a similar incident.
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