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    Title: A Study on Taiwan’s E-Commerce and Third-party Payment System and the Personal Information Protection and Administration System
    Authors: Shaw, Ruey-Shiang;Cheng, Che-Pin;Lin, Shu-Yi
    Keywords: Personal data protection act;personal information administration system;privacy protection mark;third-party payment
    Date: 2015-12
    Issue Date: 2017-03-07 02:10:41 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: Society for Innovation in Management
    Abstract: This study primarily investigates the actual promotion conditions of the Taiwan Personal Information
    Protection & Administration System (TPIPAS) and discrepancies with international personal
    data protection norms. This study uses expert interviews to gather the goals and examines
    current problems when introducing Taiwanese enterprises to TPIPAS and third-party payment
    personal data protection. Subsequent to a comparative analysis of the expert interview
    results and international practices, this study recommends that the Government should take the
    following steps: 1) provide subsidy measures for the relevant system and strengthen advocacy;
    2) form independent agencies with specific responsibilities; 3) draw up clear checklist items; and
    4) implement provisions to support third-party payment and formulate an inspection system that
    builds public trust in the role of an equitable third party in coordination with the Personal Data
    Protection Act. It is hoped that the results of this study may provide the Government with a
    reference to continue to improve and promote TPIPAS and third-party payment standards.
    Relation: International Journal of Innovation in Management 3(2), pp.97-110
    Appears in Collections:[Graduate Institute & Department of Information Management] Journal Article

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