Discussions on Privacy and Korea's Coming Re-integration with the Greater Internet
Yesterday at Koreabridge, Jeff Lebow conducted a Google+ Hangout interview with Matthew Weigand, editor of the Korea IT Times, and Stafford Lumsden, 10 Magazine's Tech and Gear columnist. The three talked about online privacy concerns in Korea and the rest of the world, web design in this country, and the consequences of hacking. The major thought that emerged throughout the discussion was summed up by Stafford, who said that while Korea has historically differed in their Internet usage and practices over the past 10-15 years, they are beginning to merge their best practices to be in line with those of the greater Internet, which is good for people both inside and outside Korea.
You can watch the entire 45 minute event below: