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A Study on the Privacy Policy Comparison by Domestic and Foreign Portal Sites and Domestic Web sites Classified by Industry
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 Title & Authors
A Study on the Privacy Policy Comparison by Domestic and Foreign Portal Sites and Domestic Web sites Classified by Industry
Jeon, Changuk; Yoo, Jinho;
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 Abstract
In providing services by using informations of each client, business managers have duties to maintain the personal information under the procedure of collecting, storing, using/providing, and destroying them. Besides, they also have duties to inform their clients, the subject of the personal information, of how to manage and use their client`s informations. In this study, the privacy policies, stipulated at domestic and foreign portals will be compared with one another, and the differences between domestic and foreign portals will be shown. The implication in each field and categories of domestic web sites will be found.
 Keywords
Privacy Policy;Personal Informations;Portal Sites;Web Sites;
 Language
Korean
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