Son Seong-min is a civic hacker and digital activist who works with the Code for Korea organization. He has been interested in civic hacking since his participation in the public mask notification software project. His nature in programming is focused on public interests, which saw him participating in the development of the public-private partnership project on personal security number.
If you come across any posts or comments that contain inappropriate matter,
please report it by selecting one of the grounds listed below.
Continuous/repeated posting of the same/similar content, etc.
In case of posting unnecessary or unauthorized advertisements or
promotional materials, or sending junk or spam mails
In case of stealing another registered user’s ID or password
In the case of content that slanders or damages the reputation of other
users or third parties
In case of content that infringes on the copyright or other rights of a
In case of planning or executing activity that undermines public order
or social morals, such as encouraging speculative acts or posting lewd
or obscene materials
If the content is recognized as being related to a criminal act
Content that divulges trade secrets or state secrets classified
according to laws and regulations
In case of damaging others’ information processed, stored, and
transmitted through telecommunications networks or engaging in any
activity of collecting, storing, infringing, stealing or leaking
personal information of others in an unauthorized manner
Content that uses swear words directly or indirectly, making people feel
Content that promotes disrespect for or degrade of life
Hate speech that dehumanizes people based on class, region, religion,
Expressions of contempt regarding physical traits, appearance, taste,