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A Study on the Possibility of Assuring `The Right to be Forgotten` Through the Digital Extinction Technology
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A Study on the Possibility of Assuring `The Right to be Forgotten` Through the Digital Extinction Technology
Joo, Moon-ho; Lim, Jong-in;
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 Abstract
As data can be permanently stored and freely distributed, in modern society, the Internet became a world that remembers everything forever. Because of that, there has been increasing the number of accident with never-forgetting data and, as a result, a movement has been emerged to apply a notion of `oblivion` to internet world. The movement is called `The right to be forgotten.` However, `The right to be forgotten` in a higher level which internet users want to be guaranteed is very limited in the juridical approach because of the confliction with the other basic rights and problems. On the other hand, the requests of individuals to guarantee `The right to be forgotten` has been urged digital extinction technology, such as volatile SNS, Digital Aging System, to be developed. With introduction of oblivion, digital extinction technology with setting expire date on digital information can present a new solution on assuring `The right to be forgotten.` This research establishes the detail scope of, analyzes the level of assurance of, and, through digital extinction technology with the established scope, suggest the potential assurance of the `The right to be forgotten`.
 Keywords
The Right To Be Forgotten;Digital Extinction Technology;Volatile SNS;Digital Aging System;
 Language
Korean
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