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[ReadWriteWeb] The new requirements for web sites were rushed into legislation after the death of a popular Korean actress, Choi Jin Sil, who was driven to suicide after a series of online rumors and threats. Since people now have to submit their real name when uploading content, the government hopes this will cut down on the problem of cyber-bullying in the country.
[Web TV Wire] Google Acts To Protect YouTube Commenters From South Koreas Cyber ...: One of the new rules means any Korean citizen who wants to comment on a Web site with more than 100,000 visitors per day has to first provide their real name and national identity card number. It basically means sites need to be able to know whether someone posting is who they say they are.
[Korean Drama] Jo In-sung and Ko Hyun-jeongs dating spotted - Korean Star news: I don’t know if they really go out or not, but I think it should be kept between them until they are willing to share their story in public. Am I just writing a stupid and imaginative story here? Maybe I am but I really want to let my favorite stars have a decent privacy. They would love to go out with their good friends. They would love to have a fantastic love and they don’t want to be bothered as much as you want to have a private moment with your loved ones. They are no better or worse than us once you get to know them. Let’s not forget about this.
[I Heart Kimchi] Open Letter to Infamous CiaoCiao Anti: 2) When I first received your comment, I thought it was the funniest thing I had ever read in my entire life. However, after finding out more about you, your comment became extremely sad.
[Cricketdiane's Weblog] US economic crisis info: In 1970 the firm moved to One New York Plaza and created the largest private trading floor in the world, commonly referred to as the room. The Hutzler name was dropped that year when the firm reverted to its original Salomon Brothers. It opened offices in London in 1971 and Tokyo in 1980 so that it now maintains round-the-clock trading activities with a portfolio of approximately $11 billion, adhering to one of Arthur Salomon’s principal tenets, to stand prepared to repurchase whatever it sold.
[POPSEOUL!] Was Choi Ji Woo a bad girl at LVMH party? « POPSEOUL!: yeah, sure she is still a major Hallyu Star who could not sell her work in her homeland lately…her moment is gone…too bad, she didn’t successfully transform herself into a serious actress in the likes of Son Ye Jin, who has gone far in her career in having crossover from innocent looking to a serious actress.
[Something odd] Something odd : Publications: "A Personal Information Leakage Prevention Method on the Internet", Daeseon Choi, Seunghun Jin, Hyunsoo Yoon, ISCE2006, Russia, June 2006; "A Method for Preventing the leakage of the Personal Information on the Internet", Daeseon Choi .
[P2P Foundation] P2P Foundation » Blog Archive » Google Sticks Up for Privacy ...: Google has disabled both uploads of videos and comments on the Korean version of YouTube after the South Korean government tried to enforce a new law which requires web sites with at least 100,000 users to verify the person’s real name if they upload files or leave comments. The Cyber Defamation Law, as it’s called, went into effect on April 1st.
[Daily News Update] Google Fends For Privacy, Disables Uploads Comments On YouTube Korea: San Francisco -- Defending its mantra of free-speech about an anonymity-blocking law in South Korea, Google has disabled both the ability to upload videos and comments on the Korean version of YouTube video portal in reaction to a new law in that country that went into effect on April 1st, that requires users to provide their real identities of a contributor who wishes to uploads files or leave comments.
[The Jason Calacanis Weblog] We Live in Public (and the end of empathy) « The Jason Calacanis ...: Law took effect in October of last year when Choi Jin-sil killed herself, reportedly over the fallout from Internet rumors. The bullying in Korea has become so intense that you’re now required to use your Social Security Number to sign up for a social network.
[AISEHMAN . ORG] A I S E H M A N . O R G: Current Affairs Archives: Finally, if you read the whole thing carefully, put the newspaper down, sit back and think about it, you'll find that although the name "Ling" and references to the person are peppered throughout the article, the whole point of the exercise is hardly to praise the MCA ex-president, but to "angkat" the writer's ultimate boss: Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.
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