Globally, a multi-stakeholder model that permits government, private sector, civil society, and intergovernmental organizations to participate in the internet policy-making process has been adopted in internet governance. Internet governance is an example of an advanced governance model, in that various interest groups jointly come together to make policies. However, this approach is challenged by state-centred countries. Coincidentally, in Korea’s media governance, the private sector and civil society played significant roles as well as the government. Korea’s case has contributed to both media development and pubic interest protection. Accordingly, it reveals a possible integrated model of internet and media governance.
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