[Foundation-l] South Korean Government's regulations on real name for Internet

RYU Cheol rcheol at gmail.com
Fri Apr 10 15:24:03 UTC 2009

Don't hurry up. They announce the services which have to submit the
law every year.
They already presented the list of this year. They will collect data
for the average number of visitors per 3 months  in the end of every
If we have to abide by, they will mention us on their list which will
be posted on their web site.
The more influence Wikipedia makes, the more possibility for us to be
on the list would increase.


2009/4/10 Tim Starling <tstarling at wikimedia.org>:
> RYU Cheol wrote:
>> We have some servers in Seoul, Korea, which are donated by Yahoo,
>> right? (I'm not sure, let me know) Then it's a web site in South
>> Korea.
> Those servers are no longer being used to serve the website, they're
> just being used for a few miscellaneous tasks. We're planning to move
> all remaining operations in Korea to Florida, and to return the
> servers to Yahoo. These plans can be hurried up if it's necessary for
> legal reasons.
> Is there an English translation of the law in question, available on
> the web?
> -- Tim Starling
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