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  • April 3, 2019
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NHK led with a report saying the Chinese government has decided to replace its ambassador to Japan next month. Other broadcasters’ top items included stories on the unusually cold weather and a spike in the number of phone calls and text messages apparently intended to swindle senior citizens by capitalizing on the era name change.

 

Top stories in national dailies included reports on the new era name Reiwa (Mainichi, Yomiuri), a GOJ study on a system that would give individuals the right to stop companies from using their personal data in response to increasing moves to use such data for business purposes (Nikkei), a Supreme Court notice to family courts urging them to review reward payments under the adult guardianship system (Asahi), and a story about former Taiwanese President Lee Teng-hui (Sankei).

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