Tuesday, March 31, 2009
Popular Gusts on popular cyber freedom of expression
In response to the recent news of Google bending to the will of the South Korean government and requiring YouTube users submit their actual citizen registration number (주민등록번호), Matt of Popular Gusts takes a rather comprehensive look at the issue of the ROK government trying to promote civil online behavior by requiring a "real-name system" for Internet users.
I have some opinions on the matter, but it will have to come later. But for now I think it's good to point people in the direction of Matt's and Brian's forums.