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The Experimental Research of Protection Behavior depends on Privacy Concern about Personal Information Protection on Privacy Policy for KakaoTalk Users
Lee, Eun Suk; Lee, Zoon Ky; Cha, Kyung Jin;
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 Abstract
As the privacy issues are all around the world, the intrusion into personal privacy is concerning. For that reason, government established the article from the personal information protection law that has to notice the privacy policy to users on the online site. and the matter of privacy invasion make concern toward behavior of online user. Although there are rules to carrying legal binding force in accordance with, because it is full of text and uncomfortable to read so that its readability is low. In the same context, each other has different state of understanding with the policy for personal information has been playing an important role. In this approach, companies and government do not think this over deeply and do just for what their practical use is. That is the reason why this research start, and the result expecting for real. As the result in the participant who cognize the privacy policy display pattern, they have certain type to do. In this article, the certain behavior doing is remarkable with the privacy policy. According to privacy concern, privacy fundamentalist reveals such a compromise reaction to protect their information when they know what information which the privacy manager of service provider collect. This study arrives at the result depending on the gap of privacy group that the group of checking the policy contents, especially the group which has high privacy concern, they move forward to protect their emotion and put a constructive plan into protective action. Otherwise, the group of unchecking the policy contents and following their own thinking of privacy policy are not deemed statistically significant. Therefore, this is considered to support more various implications than the previous issues and alternatives about privacy policy pattern and user protection behavior of privacy.
 Keywords
Privacy Policy;Personal Information Protection;Privacy Concern;Protection Behavior;Privacy Attitude;Privacy Cognition;
 Language
Korean
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