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Legal Issues for the Promotion of Autonomous Informationalization

  • Public Land Law Review
  • Abbr : KPLLR
  • 2018, 83(), pp.325-345
  • Publisher : Korean Public Land Law Association
  • Research Area : Social Science > Law
  • Received : July 30, 2018
  • Accepted : August 20, 2018

Hyunkyung KIM 1 KIM, MIN HO 2

1서울과학기술대학교
2성균관대학교

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ABSTRACT

Articles 117 and 118 of the constitution ensure democratic and efficient local autonomy and balanced development. In the field of information services, however, the central government, not local governments, promotes redundant, sporadic and disconnected information services based on pilot projects. In order to solve local problems and enhance the convenience of residents’ lives, a project centered on the service of residents is needed in order to solve local community problems with simple administrative tasks. This means that it is important to provide services close to regions that reflect the characteristics and situation of residents. In advanced countries such as the EU, it is already pushing for a ‘living lab project’ that aims to build true localism from a long-term perspective through ICT technology, rather than solving local issues simply. There is no local-nformationalization concept under the current law. However, there is only a concept of regional informationalization. Article 16 of the National Informationalization Act defines the concept of regional informationalization as development of infrastructure for information services in areas that are underdeveloped. In the past, regional nformationalization was understood as a reflex effect of national informationalization, and it was expected that regional information service would be enhanced by itself. In addition, it has traditionally been a trend to understand the concept of information service as an enhancement of the material resources around the infrastructure, but today the concept of information service is based on not only to enhance the physical infrastructure in the region but also to provide residents with political, economic, social and cultural benefits. Local informationalization is a concept that starts from a completely separate purpose ideology from national informationalization. Thus, legislation to promote local nformationalization and enhance stability should be enacted separately from the national informationalization.

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