With the rapid development of electronic technology, new changes have emerged in people’s lifestyles. The development of the Internet, in particular, is changing people’s lives subtly. The Internet provides us with common knowledge that we need but that we don’t know. We can fully share resources on the Internet. This improves work efficiency and at the same time avoids the waste of resources. However, the Internet has its own characteristics. The Internet has three main features: openness, identity concealment and information timeliness. Once individual privacy is infringed, it is difficult for the victim to find the infringer or request compensation from the infringer. Can the latest judicial interpretation be applied to individual Internet privacy infringement? Can it lead to lasting solutions? How is the protection of Internet privacy regulated in foreign countries? I believe research on Internet privacy still has meaning and I will put forward my own humble opinions.
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