Antitrust Antitrust

South Korea's proposed platform rule to require written contracts but will allow electronic copies

By Wooyoung Lee
  • 07 Dec 2020 04:06
  • 07 Dec 2020 04:06
Major online platforms that operate in South Korea, including Google, Naver and food-delivery giant Baedal Minjok, will need written versions of all their existing deals with business users, which can then be issued either in physical or electronic copies to their business users, under the revised online platform bill proposed by the

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Wooyoung Lee

Correspondent, Seoul

Wooyoung Lee is a correspondent based in MLex’s Seoul office, South Korea, covering antitrust, privacy and data security, mergers and acquisitions and financial services. Wooyoung has more than a decade of experience in journalism, public policy and research. She has worked and written for news outlets including The Korea Herald, Al Jazeera International, Bloomberg BNA, Monocle, among others.

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