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《Journal of Anhui Normal University(Hum.& Soc.Sci.)》 2017-01
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Judicial Experience and Enlightenment of Determining What Privacy Is in China's Government Information Disclosure

XU Tao;Department of Public Administration,Shanghai Administration College;  
The uncertainty of privacy's conception brings difficulties for the agency to determine that some information should be disclosed or not in the government information disclosure practice.In China's administration litigation,as to determine whether the information is privacy,the court usually takes into consideration the individual's will,actions of publishing,society's general view,and negative effects on the individual.The close relationship between the applicant and the individual,much more interests of disclosing and the compulsory regulations are the exceptions of the privacy protection.By sorting the judicial experience,the agency could take five steps to solve the problem:examining the regulations of disclosure,the applicant's qualification,the individual's view,society's general view and interests measuring.
【Fund】: 国家社会科学基金青年项目(14CFX063)
【CateGory Index】: D63;D923
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