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South Korean Major Newspaper Criticized for Violating Child's Privacy

An international child advocacy organization, Save the Children's Korean office released a statement [ko] condemning a South Korean major newspaper for violating a child's privacy. Donga, one of the three biggest conservative newspapers in the country, recently published a column [ko] mocking an 11-year-old illegitimate son of the chief prosecutor who recently resigned over an extramarital affair allegation.

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