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A Study on the Personal Information Infringement According to Using Administrative Information Network

  • Public Land Law Review
  • Abbr : KPLLR
  • 2010, 51(), pp.227-250
  • Publisher : Korean Public Land Law Association
  • Research Area : Social Science > Law

Jang Kyo-Sik 1 조정은 1

1건국대학교

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ABSTRACT

The sharing of information among government agencies through the national super-highway information network became available due to construction of e-government. The administrative information sharing means that government agencies are provided with managed informations by information network, disk, tape or other similar media and use those informations. It can be at the core of implementation and development of e-government. Due to the administrative information sharing, by the way, administrative services can be performed quickly and efficiently and the possibility of personal information violations have been increased at the same time. Especially, the violations can be more serious because it is hard to know how the personal information are used due to inner connection among government agencies. Therefore, we should consider the possibility of personal information violations and the current situation by sharing information through administrative information network and need to suggest the future direction of personal information system by analyzing the related legislation. Ultimately, the assessment of personal information impact should be imposed as prevention measure and the alternative of resident registration number should be arranged in order to prevent privacy breaches. And the existing concept of personal information should be specified more broadly and the clear evidence of legal punishment should be offered in case of violation of personal information. Besides,government regulation should be harmonized with self-regulation and the international cooperation about the movement of personal information should be taken concrete for the age of globalization.

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