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Yonhap News Agency reports a bill to revise the law on Social Security payments in South Korea is drawing privacy concerns from the National Human Rights Commission of Korea. The bill would give the government the ability to collect information on households of North Korean defectors in order to improve Social Security services. The commission said it has voiced its concerns on the collections being too invasive and suggested the proposal be revised to balance privacy protection and state intervention.
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