Open Net Looking for Would-be Constitutional Complainants Prosecuted for Lending his Phone to Another

by | Feb 12, 2014 | Innovation and Regulation, Litigation, Net Neutrality, Press Release, Privacy | 0 comments

In the wake of a recent Supreme Court decision in September 2013 criminalizing a mobile phone subscriber’s act of letting another person use his phone, Open Net levels a constitutional challenge against the pertinent provision of the Telecommunications Business Act, and looks for a would-be petitioner in such challenge.

Please read the Korean original here.


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