Pandemics, COVID-19, Privacy, Personal Information, Data Protection, Public Health
In order to make use of the response to the new the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) for pandemic countermeasures due to infectious diseases that may have a serious impact on the lives and health of the people, which may occur in the future, the handling of personal information and the protection of privacy necessary to ensure the effectiveness of countermeasures against infectious diseases will be examined. This paper intends to establish to comprehensively understand the systems for the collection and publication of information related to infectious diseases based on the Infectious Diseases Control Law, and to clarify the structure and issues of the current systems and mechanisms for the collection and management of information on infected persons.
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"Pandemics and the Protection of Privacy and Personal Information: Issues with Regard to the Use and Protection of Information on the Basis of Improving Public Health in the Fight Against Infectious Diseases,"
Japanese Society and Culture: Vol. 4, Article 2.
Available at: https://gensoken.toyo.ac.jp/japanese-society-and-culture/vol4/iss1/2