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Tokyo vows tighter control after nuclear power plant data leak

Japan’s government vowed to tighten controls on information at nuclear power plants after confidential data on at least two facilities was inadvertently leaked over the Internet. “As nuclear plants are important facilities in terms of preventing terrorism … we want to take thorough measures about information management,” Chief Cabinet Secretary Hiroyuki Hosoda told reporters on Thursday. He did not specify what action the government would take. Hosoda said the government believed the leak did not involve any crucial information on nuclear materials from the Tomari nuclear power plant in northern Japan and the Sendai plant in southern Japan. Full Story

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