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A Study of Relationship between Dataveillance and Online Privacy Protection Behavior under the Advent of Big Data Environment (빅데이터 환경 형성에 따른 데이터 감시 위협과 온라인 프라이버시 보호 활동의 관계에 대한 연구)

  • Park, Min-Jeong;Chae, Sang-Mi
    • Knowledge Management Research
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    • v.18 no.3
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    • pp.63-80
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    • 2017
  • Big Data environment is established by accumulating vast amounts of data as users continuously share and provide personal information in online environment. Accordingly, the more data is accumulated in online environment, the more data is accessible easily by third parties without users' permissions compared to the past. By utilizing strategies based on data-driven, firms recently make it possible to predict customers' preferences and consuming propensity relatively exactly. This Big Data environment, on the other hand, establishes 'Dataveillance' which means anybody can watch or control users' behaviors by using data itself which is stored online. Main objective of this study is to identify the relationship between Dataveillance and users' online privacy protection behaviors. To achieve it, we first investigate perceived online service efficiency; loss of control on privacy; offline surveillance; necessity of regulation influences on users' perceived threats which is generated by Dataveillance.

Social Welfare Ethics in the Information Age - Focusing on Dataveillance through Social Welfare Information System - (사회복지정보화의 윤리적 쟁점 - 사회보장정보시스템을 통한 데이터감시를 중심으로-)

  • Kim, Suyoung
    • Korean Journal of Social Welfare
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    • v.68 no.1
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    • pp.193-224
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    • 2016
  • The article aims to discuss ethical issues of social welfare informationisation, focusing on dataveillance through social welfare information system in South Korea. The Korean government plans to upgrade social welfare information system, by strengthening welfare fraud tracking and adding blind spot discovering functions. However, surveillance over poor population's data is inevitable when conducting such investigations. This article reviews current debates on dataveillance. It then conducts a case study on social welfare dataveillance in South Korea, asking what ethical problems lie in the dataveillance in terms of privacy, accuracy, property, and accessibility issues. Subsequently, this paper identifies three fundamental ethical dilemmas of social welfare in the informational age. Finally, it suggests policy alternatives to tackle the ethical problems and dilemmas of social welfare informationisation.

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