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Each and every move of a user leaves technical traces in the Internet. The government and the Industry may have the desire to collect, aggregate, process and analyse these data. It is tempting for the government to have ever more information on individuals. Enterprises have no less incentive to have access to such information. Open Net Korea shall stand firmly in support of individual’s privacy, without falling prey to exaggerated paranoia which may suppress even the legitimate business models in the Internet, which will greatly enhance our quality of life.Video on right: Keechang Kim, Open Net Director, on identity at 2013 IGF, starting at 24 min.



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