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Webmasters also see the reliability of technical systems, such as online payments, as a major factor defining Web site credibility. This is consistent with past research. Park et al. (2002) analyzed the affiliation network among Korea's most frequently visited 152 Web sites. They found that the affiliation network was influenced by financial Web sites with which others were affiliated. They argued that having affiliations with financial Web sites, such as credit card companies, may be an effective way for common Web sites to reduce transaction risk and gain consumers' trust. In Korea, it is important to have an affiliation with a technically reliable Web site. The use of encrypted transactions on the Web is one of the determining factors impacting the spread of e-commerce activities. Among OECD countries, Korea's availability of secure servers affecting encrypted transactions is relatively low (OECD, 2001). Hagel and Armstrong (1997) also argue that, in the early stage of a virtual community, a specialized technical support service can play a principal role in organizing Web sites that are highly fragmented across multiple communities. These may be those sites with technical skills in operating online monetary transactions. Ng, et al. (1998) confirmed this observation by surveyed 98 companies listed on They found that 57.1 percent of the companies surveyed noted that the development of secure sites was the most important problem they had to solve for the success of e-commerce and 37.8 percent pointed out the need for suitable payment systems such as digital cash.


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