After the event, coronavirus swept through the region, more than doubling the cases to 1238 since mid-September.
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Compared to a crackdown by Washington, measures by Tokyo are baby steps, but many believe it is vital to follow the U.S. lead in order to safeguard Japan's universities.
maue910 Pupil — Level 14 says:
“Not only the U.S. but Australia and the U.K. are now taking measures against campus spying, so if Japan keeps lagging behind, universities and companies in those countries may no longer want to have Japan as their partners because they’re afraid their sensitive information may be leaked via Japan"4 days ago
Officials did not say why the federal agents decided to leave