A study group examining legal issues in the information technology era was launched Saturday in Tokyo, with more than 160 individuals and organizations from academia, business and government circles participating.

The Information Network Law Association held its first meeting at Meiji University in Tokyo’s Chiyoda Ward and elected Kenji Naemura, a professor at Keio University, to lead the group.

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