May 21, 2017

70% hand over personal data in Fukuoka e-receipt trial

In a surprise, nearly 70 percent of shoppers in a Fukuoka town agreed to provide their names, addresses, purchase histories and other personal information for the government’s first experiment with electronic receipts, it has been learned. The Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, which ...

/ Sep 25, 2014

Hackers steal data on JAL frequent fliers, airline says

Hackers may have stolen details of between 110,000 and 750,000 members of Japan Airlines’ frequent flier club, the airline said, blaming a virus attack on computer terminals within its network. The data includes the names, addresses, genders and places of work of members of ...