Basic Resident Registry Network
|Basic Resident Registry Network|
|Type of project||National registry|
|Established||5 August 2002|
The Basic Resident Registers Network (住民基本台帳ネットワーク Jūmin kihon daichō nettowāku) or Juki Net (住基ネット Jūki netto) is a national registry of Japanese citizens. It was ruled constitutional by the Supreme Court of Japan on March 6, 2008 amidst strong opposition.
The registry contains the following information for each citizen:
- Date of birth
- An 11-digit individual identification number
The initial phase of the network started on August 5, 2002, which implemented, literally, Three statutes for online government and local government executive procedure on June 7, 2003, and full operation on August 25, 2003.