Personal information of bankrupt people Illegally disclosed The first order to ask for the suspension of the site July 30 12:16
The government’s Personal Information Protection Commission has issued an order to two businesses under the law to suspend the operation of the site, saying that the personal information of a bankrupt person is illegally disclosed on an Internet information site without the consent of the person in question. This is the first time the committee has issued an order.
According to the Personal Information Protection Commission, the two businesses post personal information such as the name and address of the bankrupt person on the information site operated on the Internet without the consent of the person in question.
Since the Act on the Protection of Personal Information stipulates that personal information must be obtained and provided to a third party, the Committee issued an order on 29th to suspend the operation of the site, saying that the conduct of business operators is illegal. This is the first time the committee has issued an order.
Since the committee is unable to contact the business operator, it has been unable to identify its whereabouts and has been subjected to legal recommendations, but has decided to issue an order because no necessary measures have been taken.
The committee will file criminal charges if no necessary measures are taken by the 27th of next month.