Accordingly, at this meeting, private platform operators, related associations, user groups, and experts gathered to discuss ways to introduce self-regulation to protect users and platform users. In addition, relevant government ministries such as the Ministry of Strategy and Finance and the Personal Information Protection Committee were also present at the meeting to hear their views.
The meeting was held in such a way that the platform industry and related associations discuss self-regulation issues proposed by users and users together, and detailed agendas will be discussed sequentially in the future.
Professor Heon-Young Kwon of Korea University, who chaired the meeting, emphasized, “Smooth communication between the parties is of the utmost importance to the success of self-regulation of platforms to protect users and consumers.” They were asked to actively discuss regulatory requirements. .
In addition to this, government participants expressed their position, “We will actively support the operation of the division so that the autonomous organization can fulfill its role as a channel of communication between private stakeholders.”
As one axis of platform self-regulation, the user/user sub-committee is expected to play a key role in the process of reflecting the voices of platform users and users in self-regulation. end