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Jae Yeon Kim

Contributor profile · 5 posts · joined 3 March 2011

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Independent researcher. Authored three Korean books on the nation's innovation policy. Interested in comparative political economy. Currently living in Seoul.

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18 February 2013

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South Korean Man Allegedly Kills Noisy Neighbors

A 45-year-old South Korean man allegedly killed his two upstairs neighbors during the hectic Lunar New Year holiday weekend. The reason? The man claimed they were too noisy.

15 July 2012

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South Korea: Net Neutrality Debate Re-emerges

Net neutrality debates in South Korea re-emerged after a recent government decision. South Korean online space erupted with complaints blaming the government for favoring telecommunication companies.

1 August 2011

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South Korea: Web App Controversy Reignites Net Neutrality Debate

The threat of a government clampdown on a free smart phone messenger app, has reignited the net neutrality debate in South Korea. This core principle of Internet governance is fast...

30 July 2011

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South Korea: Controversies on the Return of Korean Royal Books

Koreans celebrated in May 2011 the return of a collection of Korean Royal books, looted by French troops in 1866. As it was later found out that the return was...

3 March 2011

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South Korea: Dating App Developer Convicted of Privacy Violation

The web developer of a controversial mobile application which tracks down the current location of one’s boy/girlfriend, has been indicted without detention by police in South Korea for violating the...

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