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Privacy Policy

 

 General

 

1. The Steering Committee complies with the Personal Information Protection Regulations under the "Act on Promotion of Information and Communication Network Utilization and Information Protection", and the "Personal Information Protection Guidelines" and "Technical and Administrative Protection Measures for Personal Information" established by the Ministry of Information and Communication.

In addition, the Steering Committee declares that it will do its best to protect members' personal information by enacting the "Personal Information Protection Policy".

 

2. The "Personal Information Protection Policy" of the Steering Committee may be changed by changes to relevant laws and government guidelines or the internal policy of the Steering Committee.

If "Privacy Policy" of the Steering Committee changes, the amendments will be posted on the website's notice for at least 7 days.

 

Personal Information

 

The Steering Committee provides a process to click the "Agree" or "Not Agree" button to the terms and conditions of the Steering Committee. It will regard as a consent to the collection of personal information when members click the Agree button.

In addition, if the user click the Agree button, the items other than Password and Resident Registration Number among the personal information below are considered to have been agreed for the Steering Committee to provide to subcontractors to perform the service.

 

1. The range of "Personal Information", which means information that can be identified (including information that can be easily combined with other information to identify it even if the information alone cannot identify a specific individual), is based on the information stipulated in the Act on Promotion of Information and Communication Network Utilization and Information Protection, etc.

 

2. The Steering Committee collects and uses members' personal information for user identification, payment, owner of service, personalized service, and other additional services. The specific purpose of collection and purpose of use according to the items of personal information collected are as follows:

- Name, ID, password, resident registration number / business registration number: used for identification process according to the use of membership service

- Check the owner of the service

- E-mail address, phone number, fax number: communication for securing essential information according to domain management regulations, delivering notices, handling complaints, etc.

- Securing routes, providing guide for new services and new product or event

- Bank information, credit card information: payment for purchase and use of paid information

- Address: providing domain information inquiry, checking the correct address for shipping bills and shopping mall items

- Cookies (ID): applying differentiated price benefits by rating by automatically analyzing visitor IDs through cookie operation.

 

By setting the option in the web browser, the customer can check saved cookies every time or refuse to save all cookies; however, refusing to store cookies may limit the using web services.

 

3. The Steering Committee does not entrust members personal information.

 

4. The Steering Committee does not request sensitive personal information (race and ethnicity, ideology and creed, place of origin, political inclination and criminal record, health status and sexual life, etc.) that may be a violation of the basic human rights of users.

 

5. The retention period of personal information is "from the moment the member joins the Steering committee to the moment when the user applies for termination.

 

The member DB of the Steering Committee is required to immediately delete the personal information of the withdrawal applicant; however, if there is a need to preserve according to the provisions of the law, even if the purpose of collection and the purpose for being provided is achieved, the customer's personal information may be retained in accordance with the provisions of the law.

- Records on contract or withdrawal of subscription: 5 years

- Records on payment and supply of goods: 5 years

- Records of consumer complaints or dispute handling: 3 years, etc.

 

Provision of Information to Third Parties

 

1. The Steering Committee does not provide members' personal information to others or other companies or organizations without permission. However, the following cases are exceptions:

- In the case of providing the applicant's information to the registered business operators of the domain for domain name registration

- In the case of providing information for the domain name at WHOIS service

- In response to requests from national organizations or consumer organizations designated by the government in accordance with related laws, such as the Act on Promotion of Information and Communication Network Utilization and Information Protection, etc.

- When the dispute resolution organization or the court requests the contact information of the domain registrant involved in the dispute

- If there is a criminal investigation purpose or there is a request from a legal organization such as the Korea Information Security Agency and the Korea Information Security Agency

- When using member's information (name, address, phone number) for business contact

- Provided in a form that cannot be identified as a specific customer when necessary for statistical preparation, promotional materials, academic research, or market research

- When members apply for the services of the Steering committee, the Steering committee provides the password, the order information that does not include the resident registration number, address information, and contact information, etc.

 

2. The Steering Committee must seek the consent of each member in advance when sharing information with affiliates or providing the members personal information in order to provide a wider range of services. Each Individual member will be notified through e-mail about where the affiliates are, what personal information items are provided or shared, why such personal information should be shared, and how and when it will be protected and managed. If members do not agree, the Steering Committee will not provide or share with affiliates.

 

Access and Correction of Personal information

 

1. The Steering Committee members can view or correct personal information at any time. If members wish to view and correct personal information, log in to the site and click the "Change Information" button next to the Logout button.

 

2. Members who have forgotten ID and password can check ID or password through the "ID verification / password verification" service on the homepage.

 

3. Members are responsible for managing ID and password.

 

To protect your personal information effectively, you must properly manage and take responsibility for your member ID and password.

 

The Steering Committee is not responsible for leaking ID and password by member oneself. However, regarding the leakage of the member ID and password due to negligence or intention of the Steering Committee, the member may hold the responsibility of the Steering Committee.

 

After using the website with the personal account, the user must log out the account and close the web browser. In particular, if the user shares a computer with others or uses it in a public place, the user must log out or close the web browser.

 

Withdrawal

 

Members can withdraw at any time they wish. Member withdrawal can be applied from the member information management screen.

However, if a member has not passed the expiration date of the service being used in Gavia, membership cancellation is not possible.

 

Technical Measures for Protection of Personal Information

 

The Steering Committee is preparing the following technical measures to prevent the loss, theft, leakage, tampering or damage of personal information of members.

 

1. The personal information of each member is protected by a password, and personal information data is protected through a separate security function.

 

2. The Steering Committee establishes and implements password creation rules to prevent users and personal information handlers from using numbers that are easy to guess, such as birthdays, social security numbers, and phone numbers.

 

3. The Steering Committee uses anti-virus programs and malware defense software to prevent damage caused by computer viruses, and the software is regularly updated daily.

 

4. The Steering Committee uses an expensive router and L3 switch equipped with an intrusion prevention function and an intrusion detection function to protect personal information on the network.

 

5. The Steering Committee also operates a triple personal information protection system by establishing a separate firewall.

 

6. The Steering Committee encrypts and stores personal information in a personal information protection system, and operates the system to encrypt and store personal information when transmitting outside the Steering Committee's information and communication network or storing it on a PC.

 

Handling Opinion and Complaints

 

If you have any complaints regarding the protection of personal information by the Steering Committee, please give your opinions to the person in charge of personal information management, and the Steering Committee will take action immediately upon receipt of the results.

 

In case of unauthorized leakage of personal information or other serious infringement, you can also file a complaint or mediation at the Personal Information Infringement Reporting Center installed and operated by the government.

(http://www.cyberprivacy.or.kr, http://www.1336.or.kr, Tel. 02-1336,)

 

Establishment and Implementation Plan for Personal Information Management

 

The Steering Committee will establish separate computerized management regulations in the company regulations and comply with the following.

 

1. Matters concerning the composition and operation of personal information protection regulations, such as the designation of the person in charge of personal information management

 

2. Matters concerning education of personal information handlers

 

3. Personal information processing system access record maintenance and regular verification supervision

 

4. Protection measures when printing and copying personal information

 

5. Other matters necessary for the protection of personal information

 

Personal Information Manager

 

The Steering committee designates a personal information manager in charge of collecting opinions and handling complaints about personal information.

 

- Personal Information Manager

Name: Taekyung Kim

Position: Assistant Manager

Phone: 064-746-3333

E-mail: oseal2020@naver.com

 

About Youth Membership

 

1. In order to protect children's personal information, the Steering Committee must have the consent of a legal representative (parent) when a child under the age of 14 applies for membership. The Steering Committee may arbitrarily exclude minors under the age of 14 without parental permission.

 

2. Legal representatives of minors under the age of 14 may request viewing, correction, and withdrawal of consent for minors' personal information under the agent's responsibility. Upon such a request, the Steering Committee will take necessary measures without delay.

 

About Withdrawal When Dealing with a Minor

 

The Steering Committee is obliged to obtain the consent of the legal representative (parent) in advance when dealing with a minor, and in the case of a transaction that does not obtain the consent of the legal representative (parent), the transaction can be canceled. In addition, if the legal representative (parent) of a minor who is the party to a transaction requests to withdraw within 7 days of the transaction, the Steering Committee will withdraw (refund) the transaction.

 

Advertising Information Transmission

 

1. The Steering Committee can freely send e-mails to members for information on services provided by the Steering Committee or notices about services, etc.

 

2. The Steering Committee may transmit advertising information to members. However, in this case, the message (advertisement) will be displayed to make it easier for members to understand that it is advertising information. The information will not be sent to members who have indicated their intention to unsubscribe.