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Daily Dashboard | South Korea court overturns law allowing police to access users' data without notice Related reading: Keys to US DOJ rulemaking under Biden's sensitive data executive order



South Korea’s Constitutional Court rejected a law that would have allowed mobile carriers to provide personal data to law enforcement without a user's knowledge, Anadolu Agency reports. Under the Telecommunications Business Act, mobile providers could receive requests from law enforcement for data of customers being investigated. However, the court ruled that portion of the law was unconstitutional because it violated the right of self-determination of one’s personal data.
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