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Legal Structure and Improvement Measures of Police Responsibility for Unlawful Information in the Cyberspace
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 Title & Authors
Legal Structure and Improvement Measures of Police Responsibility for Unlawful Information in the Cyberspace
Gu, Hyung-Keun;
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 Abstract
Circulating various pieces of unlawful information that violate the law by leaking personal information or circulating violent/sexual materials or malignant programs in the cyberspace is unlawful, and blocking this beforehand is an important duty of the state. Preceding discussions on the legal restriction of unlawful information in the cyberspace have mostly been focused on the criminal responsibilities and civil responsibilities of information communications service providers, but this study has approached it with emphasis on the issue of police responsibility for the exercise of police authority to block unlawful information. It is because the principles of police responsibility to determine the target of police authority to block unlawful information provide the standards for the interpretation of existing laws and regulations and function as legislative principles for the enactment of new laws and regulations to prevent risks in the cyberspace.
 Keywords
Unlawful information;Police responsibility;Information societies;AICN;Cyberspace;
 Language
English
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