Data Protection and Privacy over the Internet: Towards Development of an International Standard

  title={Data Protection and Privacy over the Internet: Towards Development of an International Standard},
  author={Hanah Zoo and Heejin Lee and Jooyoung Kwak and Yong-Young Kim},
  journal={Journal of Digital Convergence},
Abstract Progresses in ICT make the processing and exchange of personal data across international borders often necessary and relatively easy. The challenge lies in protecting fundamental rights and freedoms of individuals, notably the right to privacy and the right to personal information, while encouraging the free and secure flow of information across borders for the continued expansion of online transactions. The key to establishing a functioning international solution for personal data… 
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