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고학수, 박상철, "How to de-identify personal data in South Korea: an evolutionary tale", International Data Privacy Law, Vol. 10, Issue 4 (2020), pp. 385-394.
In early 2020, South Korea’s legislature made amendments to major laws in the area of data protection in order to, among others, promote the utilization of pseudonymized personal data. With these amendments, pseudonymized personal data can be processed, without consent from data subjects, for archiving purposes, scientific research purposes, or statistical purposes. Arguably, these amendments are largely inspired by the relevant provisions contained in the EU GDPR, although details differ between GDPR and South Korea’s amended statutes. One unique aspect of South Korea’s amended statutes is that they introduce a scheme under which designated agencies carry out the task of combining pseudonymized data that different entities possess.
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