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A Study on the Privacy Literacy Level Measurement for the Proper Exercise of the Right to Informational Self-Determination
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A Study on the Privacy Literacy Level Measurement for the Proper Exercise of the Right to Informational Self-Determination
Park, Hyang-mi; Yoo, Ji-Yeon;
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 Abstract
In the digital era, information is a source of value creation. However, the growing importance of knowledge and information also increases risks and threats. When information is leaked, full recovery is difficult, and additional spreading of risk is high because it is easy to accomplish. Especially personal information is the main target due to its availability. Although individuals normally have to consent to the use of their personal information, they often do not know the use of their information. In such a difficult situation, one must exercise self-determination and privacy. Therefore, the goal of this study is to development a privacy literacy level measurement model for the proper exercise of the right to informational self-determination. It will be presented with the concept of privacy literacy index in order to determine the level of knowledge and understanding and practical application skills for individual. Through the index, we going to enhance the selection ability of information subject, and to promote the judgement and the determination capability for the protection and utilization of personal information.
 Keywords
privacy literacy;privacy literacy index;right to informational self-determination;privacy literacy level measurement;
 Language
Korean
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