• Kyodo, Staff Report


The minister in charge of cybersecurity said he doesn’t use computers.

Yoshitaka Sakurada, who just last week was criticized for stumbling over basic questions during Diet deliberations, found himself once again in hot water Wednesday after making it known that he doesn’t use them even though he is a deputy head of the government panel on cybersecurity and is tasked with overseeing policies on such matters.

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