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A study on the ex-post regulation within the content ecosystem in Korea

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  • A study on the ex-post regulation within the content ecosystem in Korea
  • Yoon, Hyenyoung
  • International Telecommunications Society


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Title A study on the ex-post regulation within the content ecosystem in Korea
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Author(English)

Yoon, Hyenyoung

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[Calgary, Canada]:International Telecommunications Society

Date 2012-11
Pages 14
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Industry and Technology < Others
Government and Law < Laws and Legislation
Holding International Telecommunications Society

Abstract

The fixed and mobile contents ecosystem has been recently facing a major change because the importance of contents business is emphasized by the rapid spread of smart media equipments and the accompanying deregulation of related industries leads to more intense competition. With the appearance of gigantic platform operators or network operators, market concentration takes place. Competitions between platform operators and network operators result in unfair trades, which harm both fair competition and user’s benefit. Therefore, this paper examines the change of distribution structure within evolved contents ecosystem, understands the causes that harms fair competition, and offers the ex-post regulation policy that will mitigate detected problems. This paper thoroughly analyzes the cases where contents providers experienced unfair trading practices in Korea. (The rest omitted)

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