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Legal Issues of e-Government 2.0

  • Public Land Law Review
  • Abbr : KPLLR
  • 2010, 48(), pp.341-360
  • Publisher : Korean Public Land Law Association
  • Research Area : Social Science > Law

KIM, MIN HO 1

1성균관대학교

Accredited

ABSTRACT

The paradigm for the next generation e-government is expected such that: First, there will be interactive communications between government and citizens. Secondly there will be the completion of online services which do not need off-line procedural assistances. Thirdly, there will be administrative information which are available as intelligence resource administration, which is possible by systematical organization of the information. Law should be supplemented enough to follow up and respond to these technical advances. Continuous study should go on in following problems: one is whether to maintain theory frame of law-reservation or assembly-reservation, which been a base of a representative democratic in circumstances that people take part in administration more actively, or to begin discussing about democratic justice. the other is to decide whether the scope of beneficiaries affected by e-government act should be limited to Koreans or be extended to foreigners. In preparing new generation of an e-government, the task at center is to protect information. Not only Korea but also most cultivated states are anticipated to establish e-government systems in near future. Physical territory would be meaningless in e-government systems where traditional national security systems would not work because the traditional national security system works only for protection of Physical territories. Although strong information security system is necessary, our present system has not yet reached the level. Each agency differs in interpreting the current related laws such as national secrets, information of national security facilities, information of civil networks, and some of public sector information. It is very doubtful that protecting information could be successful in such separate ways as a network and a non-network, and a governmental sector and a civil sector. To establish a national system to protect information is not a choice but an essential work. The system of information protection should be made effectively and clearly through adjustment of the law system as soon as possible.

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This paper was written with support from the National Research Foundation of Korea.