Internet regulations: From the US to Australia
Updated: 2016-05-17 10:29
In July 2008, Minister of Justice Kim Kyung-hwan introduced the crime of "cyber defamation," which punishes those who insult others through the internet with up to two years imprisonment or an $8,800 fine.
In June 2002, the Supreme Court struck down the provisions of the Telecommunications Business Act defining "harmful" content and granted the government unlimited authority to regulate harmful internet content.
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