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Open Net is aspiring to become not only a legal and legislative advocacy organisation that fights regulations, but also a think tank that inquires into the reasons for these regulations and “thinks aloud” with the Korean public and the world on what can be done to prevent the internet from becoming a “closed” circuit for some people, instead of an “open network”. Open Net aims to provide a forum for discussion and collaboration to explore effective policies and solutions in the following areas: freedom of expression, freedom from surveillance, reforming innovation-blocking regulations, internet governance, net neutrality, open data policy, and reforming the intellectual property regime.