Press Arbitration Commission

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  • ACT ON PRESS ARBITRATION AND REMEDIES, ETC., FOR DAMAGE CAUSED BY NEWS REPORTS

ACT

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ACT ON PRESS ARBITRATION AND REMEDIES, ETC.,
FOR DAMAGE CAUSED BY NEWS REPORTS

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The freedom and independence of the press shall be guaranteed.
The news and related reports shall be impartial and objective, and they shall ensure the protection and expansion of the citizens' right to know and their freedom of speech.
The news media shall not violate any right to life, liberty, body, health, honor, privacy, portrait, name, voice, dialogue, works, personal documents, any other personal worth, etc.,

Articles 3, 4 and 5 of the ACT ON PRESS ARBITRATION AND REMEDIES, ETC., FOR DAMAGE CAUSED BY NEWS REPORTS
The Press Arbitration Commission was established under the ACT ON PRESS ARBITRATION AND REMEDIES, ETC., FOR DAMAGE CAUSED BY NEWS REPORTS ("the Act").
The Act provides for the creation of the Press Arbitration Commission to mediate and arbitrate disputes caused by news and related reports.

The Act was enacted on January 27, 2005, came into force on July 28, 2005, and was last revised on April 14, 2011. It stipulates the right to claim correction of a news report, to claim a reply to the news report, to claim a follow-up news report, and to claim a compensation for injury from false news reporting.

The Act, as revised on February 6, 2009, has placed Internet news service and Internet multimedia broadcasting under the jurisdiction of the Press Arbitration Commission.
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