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A Study of law and Legislation on the Public Sector Information - Focusing on legislative landscape of Promotion of the use of Public Data Act -

  • Public Land Law Review
  • Abbr : KPLLR
  • 2013, 62(), pp.289-313
  • Publisher : Korean Public Land Law Association
  • Research Area : Social Science > Law

박세진 1 김경열 2 Hun-Yeong Kwon 2

1국민권익위원회
2광운대학교

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ABSTRACT

Information and communication technology in today develops swiftly as never before. Development of every kind of high-tech information technology equipment such as smart phone takes the lead in qualitative changes in the basis of our information life in that they make higher level of service for actual life easier and faster using information or database. Accordingly, the role and related policy of government for the problems directly connected to people’s lives and the people’s consciousness are required to convert into new paradigm different from the old one. It is supported by the fact that the people of information society presents significantly positive attitude towards those problems related to their rights and interests and requires comprehensive and high-leveled service in quality to their government. The value of public sector information resurfaces afresh in that the various information policies progressed focusing on smooth generation and effective management of information ponder how to use the information timely according to continuous development of information and technology. It means that fundamental changes are also required for the policy of information disclosure to the nation which has been recognized for guaranteeing the people’s right to know or monitoring the administrative power or information policy to implement the information basic right in terms of strengthening public service and promoting civil business. Therefore, as the first step to set up institutional platform in relation to the provision and use of public sector information, the present study tried to get a clear conceptual understanding of public sector information as well as looks into the timely implications for public sector information and what demands for the information are in essence. It also drew problems for the current legal system and policy applied to the field of administration and suggested legislative and political alternatives which can effectively solve related social problems surrounding public sector information.

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