According to a report by Reuters, after paying 9 million dollars in bail, former Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn has been released from Japanese prison, however he must live under a host of restrictions while awaiting a trial that may still be a year away. Rules that Ghosn must obey include no internet access, no email, and surveillance cameras that monitor his residence. Reuters reports that Ghosn, a French, Braxilian and Lebanese citizen, was indicted for under-reporting his salary and breach of trust. Ghosn is also reportedly prohibited from leaving Japan, which was widely expected, but must also remain in Tokyo. He must also ask the court’s permission if he wants to leave his house for more than two nights.

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