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Recent Trends and Issues on Legislation of Personal Information Protection Law

  • Public Land Law Review
  • Abbr : KPLLR
  • 2009, 43(2), pp.657-680
  • Publisher : Korean Public Land Law Association
  • Research Area : Social Science > Law

BAEK YUN CHUL 1

1대구사이버대학교

Accredited

ABSTRACT

As technology developed rapidly, the era of E-Government and Ubiquitous has been brought into the real world. Especially, by virtue of the development of telecommunication and internet technology, the effectiveness and convenience of the works (or tasks) has been increased through an E-commerce and On-line service in the industries. On the contrary, the issue of misuse or abuse of personal information has been centralized in the society since there has been increased number of problems related to misuse or abuse of personal information. Thus, many scholars have focused on how to use or control personal information and how much discretion should we allow the authority to handle personal information. Since E-Government and other various information systems will be adopted to utilize for public, it is time to establish a legal system to protect the personal information and to ensure its stability, transparency, and responsibility. Particularly, in the information society, it is necessary to legislate a regulation which includes both public and private sectors for stimulating improvement of legislations and guaranteeing independency and effectiveness of works. Moreover, in order to protect any disturbance of personal information, the legal systems regarding financial, medical, and educational information should be established or reorganized.

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