Jul 282010
 
 July 28, 2010  Non-U.S., Online

Kim Tong-hyung reports:

Internet company SK Communications found itself hammered by bloggers and digital rights advocates after attempting to change its privacy policies.

The company, which provides immensely popular Cyworld (www.cyworld.com) social media services and Nate-On instant messengers, is now saying it has scrapped its earlier plan to require customers to submit the media access control (MAC) addresses of their computers.

Read more on Korea Times.

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