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The Japanese high official is responsible for cyber security but said that he has never used the computer to be mocked.

The Japanese high official is responsible for cyber security but said that he has never used the computer to be mocked

(Original title: The Japanese Olympic Minister is already bad enough, the US media still has a knife)

Japanese Olympic Minister Sakurada Yoshihisa previously stated in the country's Congress that "the computer has not been used." Since he is also the copy minister of Japan's " Network Security Strategy Headquarters", he is the responsible official of the Japan Basic Law on Cyber ??Security Reform. Therefore, this statement has not only caused heated discussions in Japan but also abroad.

Japan’s current affairs news agency reported on November 16 that Sakura’s above-mentioned answer was made at the meeting of the Cabinet Committee of the House of Representatives on the 14th. He said, "I have never used a computer myself. But cyber security needs to be fully utilized by the state. I don't think I have any faults."

Sakurai Yoshihisa is also the official responsible for the Japanese Cyber ??Security Act while serving as the Olympic Minister. After the above-mentioned remarks were reported by the media, they sparked heated discussions outside Japan, and many American media ridiculed this.

The US "New York Times" reported on the 15th that not only did not use the computer, Sakurada Yoshihiro did not know much about USB. When asked about USB-related issues in Congress, he said "let the experts answer."

The Wall Street Journal ridiculed this. "(Without a computer) at least he has not been hacked."

The Washington Post commented on the 14th that Sakurada is responsible for formulating Japan’s cybersecurity policy, and his remarks are “surprising”. The newspaper also mentioned that most Japanese elderly people do not use computers, and believe that "a case of lack of high-tech knowledge such as Sakurada Yoshihisa is not uncommon in an aging Japan.

The Japanese Olympic Minister is already bad enough the US media still has a knife


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