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Korea Information Communications Ethics Committee

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The Korea Information Communications Ethics Committee (ICEC) was established in April 1995 to help prevent the distribution of illegal and harmful materials via electronic media and to promote a safe information environment. The ICEC consists of 13 civil representatives from various professions and fields, who are appointed by the Minister of Information and Communication. The ICEC engages in a wide range of activities, including: setting out a code of ethics for service providers (including ISPs); operating a hotline for handling suggestions and reports from the public; reviewing online information content that is distributed for the purpose of public use; requesting ISPs to block illegal and harmful materials; and promoting a desirable information culture.

The ICEC was replaced by the Korea Communications Standards Commission.

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