The UN Committee on the Rights of the Child makes Its First-Ever Recommendation on Child Privacy Rights

by | Oct 28, 2019 | Press Release, Privacy | 0 comments

The UN Committee on the Rights of the Child released its final opinion on the current status of human rights of children in South Korea after considering the fifth and sixth periodic reports submitted by the Republic of Korea.

Open Net joined a coalition of NGOs in preparation for the 82nd Session and participated in drafting and submitting a report on child privacy. It has also participated in the CRC RoK Task Force meeting, CRC members meetings, and the RoK state report consideration sessions. Open Net was successful in raising awareness on the use of closed-circuit cameras inside schools and the infringement of students’ privacy. As a result of Open Net’s efforts, the UN CRC made its first-ever recommendation on child privacy rights[…]


For more information, please read the Korean original here.


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