Oct 142014
 October 14, 2014  Posted by  Business, Featured News, Non-U.S., Online, Surveillance

ZNews reports:

The operator of South Korea`s dominant instant-messaging service Kakao Talk has vowed to put privacy before the law and deny investigating state prosecutors access to the messages of its users.

The Supreme Prosecutors` Office and various government agencies, including the National Police Agency, last month announced “proactive”measures to prevent the spread of false and malicious online postings.

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For background on recent developments, readers may also want to read Korean authorities accused of illegal online surveillance

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