Research on the Infringement of Citizens' Privacy Rights by Human Flesh Search in China
Keywords:human flesh search, privacy, privacy rights, protection
Human flesh search, as a special way of information search，has more and more influence on modern people's life and work. On the one hand, human flesh search does have its positive influences. Some public officials have been removed from their positions after human flesh searches led to corruption investigations. But if human flesh search is abused, it is very likely to infringe on citizens' privacy. To resist the negative effects of human flesh search, China must improve relevant legislation, strengthen network supervision and enhance citizens' self-protection awareness.
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