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Article 1. Purpose

The purpose of the me2day Terms of Use is to define the rights, obligations, responsibilities, and other necessary matters between NAVER Corporation (the “Company”) and the Member regarding the use of the me2day service and other related services (the “Service”) provided by the Company.

Article 2. Definitions

The definitions of the terminology used in the Terms of Use are as follows:

  1. “Member” refers to a customer who logs into the Service of the Company, signs an agreement for use with the Company in accordance with this Terms of Use, and uses the Service provided by the Company;
  2. “ID” refers to a combination of letters and numbers set by the Member and authorized by the Company for the purpose of identifying the Member and using the Service;
  3. “Password” refers to a combination of letters or numbers set by the Member himself/herself in order to protect confidentiality and to identify whether the Member matches with the given ID;
  4. “Paid Service” refers to the various types of online digital content and related services (SMS transmission) that the Company provides for a charge among the Service;
  5. “Token” is cyber money used on the Internet solely for using the Service operated by the Company, and may be created when the Company distributes it for free for an event, or when purchased through the payment method designated by the Company;
  6. “Posting” refers to signs, voices, sounds, videos, posts, images, files, and links that the Member posts on the Service while using the Service.

Article 3. Posting and Amending the Terms of Use

  1. The Company shall post the Terms of Use on the front page of the Service so that the Member can easily access the content.
  2. The Company may amend the Terms of Use within the scope of not violating relevant laws, such as the “Regulation of Standardized Contracts Act" and the “Act on Promotion of Information and Communications Network Utilization and Information Protection, etc.” (hereinafter, the “Information and Communications Network Act”).
  3. When the Company amends the Terms of Use, it shall post a public notice with clear statement of the application date and the reason of amendment as well as the current Terms of Use from thirty (30) days prior to the application to the day before the application in a way set forth in Clause 1. However, if the amendment is unfavorable to the Member, the Company shall use other electronic means, such as the email registered on the Member’s information page, other than just putting a public notice, to clearly notify him/her of the modification.
  4. Notwithstanding the clear statement of the Company, when it gives a notification pursuant to the previous Clause, that the Member would be deemed to have agreed with the amended Terms of Use if he/she does not express any opinion within thirty (30) days, if the Member does not show any disagreement explicitly, the Member shall be deemed to have agreed with the amended version of Terms of Use.
  5. When the Member does not agree to the amended Terms of Use, the Company shall not apply the amended provisions, and the Member may terminate the agreement for use. However, if the original Terms of Use cannot be applied due to specific reasons, the Company may terminate the agreement for use.

Article 4. Interpretation of the Terms of Use

  1. The Company may have separate Terms of Use and operation policies (“Other Terms of Use”) for individual services, and if Other Terms of Use conflict with the content hereof, Other Terms of Use control.
  2. Any matters or interpretations not provided herein shall be handled in accordance with “Other Terms of Use,” relevant laws and legislations, or the commercial customs.

Article 5. Entering into the Agreement for Use

  1. The agreement for use shall be entered into after the person who wishes to become the Member (the “Applicant”) agrees to the Terms of Use, and applies for a membership, and the Company approves the application.
  2. In principle, the Company shall grant the Applicant the right to use the Service. However, the Company may disallow the Applicant from using the Service, or may terminate the agreement for use afterwards in the following cases where:
    1. The Applicant had lost his/her membership pursuant to this Terms of Use;
    2. The Applicant used other person’s name or a name other than his/her real name;
    3. The Applicant entered false information, or did not enter the information requested by the Company;
    4. The Applicant under the age of fourteen (14) did not get the approval from his/her legal representative (parents, etc.) when he/she entered “personal information” set forth by the “Information and Communications Network Act;”
    5. An approval is impossible due to the user’s liability, or the Applicant applies for a membership while violating other related regulations.
  3. When the Member uses the Paid Service, he/she shall in principle use the service after paying the fee, and the agreement for using the Paid Service is deemed to be entered into at the time when “Purchase Complete” is displayed in the application process.
  4. Before entering into the agreement, the Company shall give a prior notification that the Member under the age of twenty (20) himself/herself, when he/she wishes to use the Paid Service, or his/her legal representative including parents may terminate the agreement if the minor Member did not get the approval from his/her legal representative or get confirmation after signing the agreement.
  5. The Company may delay the approval when the Service-related facilities are not enough, or there are technical or business issues.
  6. In principle, the Company shall give a notification to the Applicant when it does not approve the membership application or delay the approval in accordance with Clause 2 and 3.
  7. The agreement for use shall be entered into at the time when the Company displays “Membership Complete” in the application process.
  8. The Company may categorize Members by grade pursuant to the Company policies, and give differential treatment to the Members in using the Service by segmenting the hours and frequency of use, and the Service menus.

Article 6. Changes to Member’s Information

  1. The Member may access and modify his/her personal information anytime through the personal information management page. However, it is impossible to revise IDs that are necessary for the Service management.
  2. The Member shall notify the Company of the change by modifying the information online or by emailing to the Company, when his/her registered information has been changed.
  3. The Company shall take no responsibility for the disadvantages that might occur as a result of the Member not informing the Company of the change described in Clause 2.

Article 7. Obligations to Protect Personal Information

The Company shall make efforts to protect “personal information” of the Member in accordance with the relevant laws, including the “Information and Communications Network Act.” Regarding the protection and use of “personal information” the privacy policy of the Company and relevant laws shall be applied. However, the privacy policy of the Company shall not be applied to linked websites, other than to the official websites of the Company.

Article 8. Obligations to manage Member’s ID and Password

  1. The Member shall be responsible for managing his/her ID and Password, and a third-party shall be disallowed to use the ID and Password.
  2. The Company may restrict the use of ID, if the Member’s ID is against the traditional custom, antisocial, vulnerable to personal information leakage, or confused with the Company or the Company’s operator.
  3. The Member shall immediately notify the Company of the theft and follow the Company’s guide when he/she recognizes that his/her ID and Password have been stolen, or used by a third party.
  4. In the case of Clause 3, the Company shall not be responsible for the disadvantages that might occur as a result of the Member not notifying the Company of the fact, or the Member not following the Company’s guide even if he/she notified the Company.
  5. Although the Service supports open IDs, the Company shall not be responsible for matters with respect to the authentication of ID and Password provided and managed by a company, which issues and authenticates (ex. MyId, MyOpenId) open IDs.

Article 9. Notification to Member

  1. When the Company sends a notification to the Member, unless described otherwise herein, the Company may send it to the email address designated by the Member, or through electronic memos or notes within the Service.
  2. When giving notifications to all the Members, the Company may replace the notification described in Clause 1 by putting a post on the Company’s bulletin board for more than seven (7) days.

Article 10. Obligation of the Company

  1. The Company shall not conduct a behavior that violates relevant laws, the Terms of Use, or the traditional custom, and shall make utmost efforts to provide the Service consistently and stably.
  2. The Company shall have a security system to protect personal information (including credit information) so that the Member can safely use the Service, and the Company shall publicly announce and abide by the privacy policy.
  3. When the Company acknowledges that the opinions or complaints from the Member with respect to the use of the Service are justified, the Company shall handle them. As for the opinions or complaints from the Member, the Company shall inform the Member of the handling process and results through the bulletin board or by email.
  4. The Company shall display the followings on the front page, package and FAQs of the Paid Service in a way easily understandable to the Member.

Article 11. Suspension of the Use of Service or Termination of Agreement

  1. The Member shall be prevented from doing the followings such as:
    1. Registering false information when applying for a membership or modifying information;
    2. Stealing other person’s information;
    3. Changing the information posted in the Company;
    4. Transmitting or posting information (such as, computer programs) other than the information designated by the Company;
    5. Infringing on intellectual property rights including copyrights of the Company and a third party;
    6. Damaging the reputation of the Company and a third party, or disrupting their businesses;
    7. Disclosing or posting in the Company obscene or violent messages, videos, voices and other information that violates the traditional custom;
    8. Using the Service for a commercial purpose without the Company’s agreement;
    9. Conducting other illegal or unjust behaviors.
  2. The Member shall abide by the relevant laws, provisions of the Terms of Use, and guide for the use as well as the Company’s notices and notifications with respect to the Service, and shall not conduct behaviors that may interfere with the Company’s businesses.

Article 12. Providing the Service

  1. The Company provides the Member with the following services:
    1. me2day: the personal note service to manage/store/share information or documents;
    2. Services that the Company provides to the Member through additional developments or partnership with other companies (including API service to utilize existing services)
  2. Services that the Company provides to the Member through additional developments or partnership with other companies (including API service to utilize existing services)
  3. In principle, the Service is provided all year around, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
  4. The Company may temporarily stop providing the Service if there is a maintenance check, repair, replacement, breakdown, or communications cutoff of information and communications facilities like computers, and if there are other significant operational issues. In this case, the Company shall give a notification to the Member in a way set forth in Article 9 (Notification to Member). However, if the Company cannot give a notice beforehand due to unavoidable circumstances, it may notify the Member afterwards.
  5. The Company may carry out a routine maintenance when it is needed for providing the Service, and the time of the maintenance shall be the time publicly announced on the service screens or pages.
  6. The Company shall give a notice to the Member in a way set forth in Article 9 (Notification to Member) and compensate the Member according to the conditions originally presented by the Company, when the Company is unable to provide the Paid Service for the reasons of changing its business items or giving up the business.
  7. The accumulated payment and recharge limit of Token that is for using the Paid Service may be limited pursuant to the Company’s policy or the standard of the payment companies (such as mobile communications company and credit card companies).

Article 13. Changes to the Service

  1. The Company may change all or part of services pursuant to the operational and technical necessity if there are significant reasons.
  2. If there is a change to the content of the Service or how and when to use the Service, the Company shall post the reasons of the change, the content of the Service to be changed, and the date to provide the changed Service on the front page of the service at least seven (7) days prior to the change.
  3. If it is necessary for the Company’s policies or operation, the Company may change, stop, or modify the Token provided for free or a part or all of the services, and shall not compensate the Member for this, unless otherwise stated in the relevant laws.
  4. If the changes to the Paid Service are important or unfavorable to the Member, the Company shall give a notification in a way set forth in Article 9 (Notification to Member) to the Member who is provided with the Paid Service. In this case, the Company shall provide the unchanged version of the service to the Member who refuses to agree with the change. However, if providing unchanged version of service is impossible, the Company may stop providing the service or suspend the agreement, and in this case, the refund shall be paid out in accordance with Article 19, Clause 2.

Article 14. Providing Information and Posting Advertisement

  1. The Company, through public notices or emails, may provide various types of information recognized as necessary for the Member to use the Service. However, through email, the Member may refuse to receive the information anytime, except answers from the customer center and the trade-related information in accordance with the relevant laws.
  2. If the Company is to send the information described in Clause 1 through telephones or other transmission devices, the Company shall receive the Member’s consent beforehand.
  3. The Company, regarding the Service operation, may post advertisements on the Service screen, homepage and emails. The Member who receives the emails with advertisements may refuse to receive the emails.

Article 15. Copyright of Posting

  1. The copyright of a Posting posted by the Member within the Service shall vest in the author of the Posting.
  2. The Posting that the Member posts within the Service may be exposed to search results, the Service, and related promotions, and may be posted modified, copied or edited within the scope necessary for the exposure. In this case, the Company shall abide by the provisions of the Copyright Act, and the Member may take actions anytime, such as deletion, exclusion from search results, and non-disclosure of the Posting through the customer center or through the management feature within the Service.
  3. If the Company wishes to use the Member’s Posting in a way not described in Clause 2, the Company shall acquire the Member’s consent beforehand through telephone, fax or email.

Article 16. Management of Posting

  1. If the Posting of the Member violates relevant laws, such as the “Information and Communications Network Act” and “Copyright Act,” the right-holder may request that the Posting be taken down or be deleted pursuant to the procedures set forth in the relevant laws, and the Company shall take measures in accordance with the relevant laws.
  2. Even without the request from the right-holder as described in the previous Clause, the Company may take temporary measures on the Posting in accordance with the relevant laws if the Posting infringes on rights, or violates policies of the Company or relevant laws.
  3. The procedures pursuant to this Article shall follow “Notice AND Take Down” of the Company within the scope set forth in the “Information and Communications Network Act” and “Copyright Act.”

Article 17. Ownership of Rights

  1. The Company shall own copyrights and intellectual property rights on the Service. However, the Member’s Postings and the works provided in accordance with partnership contracts shall be excluded.
  2. The Company shall grant the Member only the right to use account, ID and content as described in the conditions for the use set by the Company, and the Member shall be prevented from transferring or selling the right, or providing it as collateral.

Article 18. Member’s Termination/Cancellation of Agreement

  1. The Member may request a withdrawal from his/her membership anytime through the personal information management menus, and the Company shall handle it promptly as set forth in the relevant laws.
  2. If the Member terminates the agreement, all the data about the Member shall be deleted except the case where the Company holds the Member’s information following the relevant laws and privacy policy.
  3. When the Member terminates the agreement, all the Postings registered in his/her account shall be deleted.

Article 19. Refund

  1. The Company shall refund the entire payment the Member made, in the case the service is not provided or the normal use of the service is impossible as the Company is unable to complement or modify flaws in the contracted Paid Service.
  2. In the case where the agreement is terminated pursuant to Article 13 Clause 4, Article 18, or Article 20, or where the Member terminates the Paid Service agreement for use, if the Member requests a refund for the remaining Token, the Company shall refund the remaining Token of the Member within three (3) business days from the day the Company replies to the Member’s refund request. However, the Token already used normally or provided for free for an event is exempt from the refund.
  3. The Company shall refund the entire overcharged/mischarged fee in the same method as the fee was paid by the Member, and if the Company refuses to refund the overcharged/mischarged fee, the Company shall be responsible for proving that the fee has been legitimately charged. The refund process for the overcharged/mischarged fee follows the “Digital Contents User Protection Guide.”
  4. The Company shall refund in the same method as the payment was made, and if this is impossible, the Company shall give a notice beforehand. However, as for the payment method for which whether the money was received needs to be checked, the Company shall refund within three (3) days from the day that it confirmed the money has been received.
  5. When following the refund process in accordance with this Article, the Member shall bear a refund charge (greater amount between 10% and 1,000 won) in the case where the refund is due to the Member’s liability, while the Company shall bear the charge when the refund is due to the Company’s liability.

Article 20. Restrictions on Use

  1. The Company may restrict the use of the Service in stages from warning to temporary suspension to the agreement termination if the Member violates the obligations of this Terms of Use or disrupts the normal operations of the Service.
  2. The Company may immediately terminate the agreement if the Member violates relevant laws, notwithstanding the steps taken as in the previous Clause, as in the cases where he/she illegally uses other’s name or makes a payment in other person’s name violating the “Resident Registration Act," provides illegal programs and disrupts the operation violating the “Copyright Act” and “Computer Programs Protection Act,” conducts illegal communications and hacking violating the “Information and Communications Network Act,” distributes malicious programs, and exceeds his/her login authority. When the agreement is terminated in accordance with this Article, all the benefits acquired by using the Service shall be lost, and the Company shall not be responsible for any compensation.
  3. The Company may restrict the use for the protection of the Member’s information and the efficiency of operations when the Member has not logged in for more than three (3) months.
  4. Within the scope of restrictions on use set forth in this Article, the Company shall follow policies regarding restrictions on use when it comes to the conditions and details of restrictions.
  5. The Company shall give a notification to the Member as described in Article 9 (Notification to Member), when restricting the use of the Service or terminating the agreement pursuant to this Article.
  6. In accordance with the procedure set forth by the Company, the Member may raise objections on the restrictions on use described in this Article. In this case, when the Company acknowledges the justification of objections, the Company shall immediately resume the use of the Service.

Article 21. Period of Use

If the Token is not used for five (5) years from the day of last use, it may become extinct according to the extinctive prescription. However, different from the preceding sentence, the Token provided for free for an event may be extinct pursuant to the conditions for use or the Company’s policies.

Article 22. Compensation for Damage Caused by Content Flaw

  1. The Company shall handle matters regarding the standard, scope, method, and process of the compensation for damage caused by flaws in the Paid Service In accordance with the “Digital Contents User Protection Guide.”

Article 23. Limitation of Liability

  1. The Company shall be exempt from any responsibility related to providing the Service in the case where the Company is unable to provide the Service due to natural disasters or any force majeure.
  2. The Company shall not be responsible for Service errors occurred due to the Member’s liability.
  3. The Company shall not be responsible for the credibility and accuracy of the information, documents and facts that the Member posts regarding the Service.
  4. The Company shall be exempt from any responsibility when there was a trade between Members or between the Member and a third party having the Service as a medium.
  5. The Company shall be exempt from any responsibility when there was a trade between Members or between the Member and a third party having the Service as a medium.

Article 24. Governing Law and Jurisdiction

  1. Disputes arising between the Company and the Member shall be governed by the laws of the Republic of Korea.
  2. Lawsuits regarding the disputes arising between the Company and the Member shall be brought in the competent court according to the code of Civil Procedure.

Appendix

  1. This Terms of Use shall become effective on April 30th, 2010.
  2. The existing Terms of Use that became effective from April 15th, 2007 shall be replaced with this Terms of Use.

Personal information items to be collected and how to collect them

A. Personal information items to be collected

  1. 1. First, when you sign up for a membership with your me2day ID, the Company collects your personal information items as listed below in order to help you become a registered member, and to provide satisfactory customer consultation and various services.

    <When signing up with me2day ID>

    • Mandatory information: me2day address, nickname, password, and email address
    • Optional information: name, date of birth, and mobile phone number

    <When signing up with NAVER ID>

    • Mandatory information: me2day address and nickname
    • Optional information: mobile phone number, and name/date of birth/gender from NAVER membership information
  2. Second, the information below may be automatically created and collected in the process of using services or handling businesses.
    • Records on service use, login logs, cookies, login IP address, records on bad uses
  3. Third, the information items as listed below may be collected according to the choice of a service user when he/she uses added or customized services, or applies for an event.
    • Profile information: nickname, name, date of birth, gender, email address, blog address, schools, and company
    • Mobile phone setting : mobile phone number
    • When winning an event : the information necessary to provide and deliver gifts
    • When using paid services: payment information

B. How to collect personal information

  • homepage, documented forms, fax, telephone, counsel board, email, participation in an event, and delivery requests
  • From partner companies
  • Through tools to collect created information

The purpose of collecting and using personal information

A. Performing the contract on service provision and calculating fee for the service

To provide contents for using websites or mobile services, deliver goods or send bills, authenticate users, charge a fee or send a bill for purchase, and collect fee

B. Member management

To identify users for membership service, conduct personal identification, prevent bad user’s illegal access or unauthorized access, check the intention to become a member, place a limit on becoming a member and on the frequency of signing up for a membership, check if the legal representative has agreed to collecting personal information of a child under the age of fourteen (14), identify the legal representative himself/herself, archive document for dispute adjustment, handle complaints, and send notifications

C. Marketing/advertisement and the development of new services

To develop new services, provide customized services and the services based on the demographic information, post advertisements, check the validity of services, provide promotional or event-related information, offer a chance to participate in an event, analyze the login frequency, and gather statistics on members’ use of services

Sharing and providing personal information

The Company uses a user’s personal information within the scope stated in “2. The purpose of collecting and using personal information,” and does not use the information beyond the scope without any prior consent of the user. In addition, the Company does not publicly disclose the user’s personal information.

However, there are exceptions in the cases where:

  • Users agree to the disclosure of their information beforehand;
  • The disclosure is based on the provisions of laws, or an investigative agency requests the disclosure for an investigation purpose pursuant to the procedure and method set forth in the laws.

Article 1. Purpose

The purpose of the me2day Terms of Use is to define the rights, obligations, responsibilities, and other necessary matters between NAVER Corporation (the “Company”) and the Member regarding the use of the me2day service and other related services (the “Service”) provided by the Company.

Article 2. Definitions

The definitions of the terminology used in the Terms of Use are as follows:

  1. “Member” refers to a customer who logs into the Service of the Company, signs an agreement for use with the Company in accordance with this Terms of Use, and uses the Service provided by the Company;
  2. “ID” refers to a combination of letters and numbers set by the Member and authorized by the Company for the purpose of identifying the Member and using the Service;
  3. “Password” refers to a combination of letters or numbers set by the Member himself/herself in order to protect confidentiality and to identify whether the Member matches with the given ID;
  4. “Paid Service” refers to the various types of online digital content and related services (SMS transmission) that the Company provides for a charge among the Service;
  5. “Token” is cyber money used on the Internet solely for using the Service operated by the Company, and may be created when the Company distributes it for free for an event, or when purchased through the payment method designated by the Company;
  6. “Posting” refers to signs, voices, sounds, videos, posts, images, files, and links that the Member posts on the Service while using the Service.

Article 3. Posting and Amending the Terms of Use

  1. The Company shall post the Terms of Use on the front page of the Service so that the Member can easily access the content.
  2. The Company may amend the Terms of Use within the scope of not violating relevant laws, such as the “Regulation of Standardized Contracts Act" and the “Act on Promotion of Information and Communications Network Utilization and Information Protection, etc.” (hereinafter, the “Information and Communications Network Act”).
  3. When the Company amends the Terms of Use, it shall post a public notice with clear statement of the application date and the reason of amendment as well as the current Terms of Use from thirty (30) days prior to the application to the day before the application in a way set forth in Clause 1. However, if the amendment is unfavorable to the Member, the Company shall use other electronic means, such as the email registered on the Member’s information page, other than just putting a public notice, to clearly notify him/her of the modification.
  4. Notwithstanding the clear statement of the Company, when it gives a notification pursuant to the previous Clause, that the Member would be deemed to have agreed with the amended Terms of Use if he/she does not express any opinion within thirty (30) days, if the Member does not show any disagreement explicitly, the Member shall be deemed to have agreed with the amended version of Terms of Use.
  5. When the Member does not agree to the amended Terms of Use, the Company shall not apply the amended provisions, and the Member may terminate the agreement for use. However, if the original Terms of Use cannot be applied due to specific reasons, the Company may terminate the agreement for use.

Article 4. Interpretation of the Terms of Use

  1. The Company may have separate Terms of Use and operation policies (“Other Terms of Use”) for individual services, and if Other Terms of Use conflict with the content hereof, Other Terms of Use control.
  2. Any matters or interpretations not provided herein shall be handled in accordance with “Other Terms of Use,” relevant laws and legislations, or the commercial customs.

Article 5. Rights of Provider

  1. The Provider may defer his/her consent to part of the scope of collecting personal location information and Terms of Use, or part of the objective to use/provide personal location information, the scope of recipient, and LBS.
  2. The Provider may withdraw all or part of his/her consent to the collection/use/provision of personal location information.
  3. The Provider may request temporary suspension on the collection/use/provision of personal location information anytime. In such a case, the Company shall not decline the request, and shall be in possession of technical methods to support such a request.
  4. The Provider holds the right to require the Company to access or be notified of below data and in case an error is detected in the below document, the Provider may request for correction. In this case, the Company may not decline such request unless it has a proper reason.
    1. Verification document for confirming use/ provision of location information of the Provide
    2. Details and reasons on providing personal location information of the Provider to the third party according to the Act on the Protection, Use, etc. of Location Information as well as other rules and regulations
  5. In case the Provider withdraws all or part of his/her agreement, the Company shall not hesitate to destroy collected personal location information and verification document on the collection/use/provision of personal location information. However, in case the Provider withdraws only part of his/her agreement, the object for destruction is confined to verification document on personal location information/ location information regarding the section Provider withdraws.
  6. The Provider may contact the Company using the Company’s contact information stipulated in Article 11 to exercise his/her right set in Clause 1 and 3..

Article 6. Rights of Legal Representative

  1. In case the Company collects, uses or provides personal location information of a child under the age of fourteen (14), it is mandatory to receive agreement from the child him/herself as well as his/her legal representative.
  2. In case the legal representative agrees on the collection/use/provision of personal location information of minors under the age of fourteen (14), the legal representative may exercise his right to suspend or withdraw agreement as well as temporarily suspend and right to inspect/require for notice.

Article 7. Evidence and Duration for Verification Document on use/ provision of location information

In accordance to the section 2 in Article 16 of Law on Possession and Use of Location Information, the Company automatically records verification document on use/provision of Provider’s location information to location information system and should be in possession such document for more than one (1) year..

Article 8. Revision and Suspension of the Service

  1. In case the Company is not capable of maintaining the service due to legal obstacle or Company’s overall environment such as policy change within location information business or legal proceedings, Company may limit/ modify/suspend all or part of the service.
  2. In case the service is suspended according to Article 1, the Company must post notification prior to application of the revised provision by posting on internet or notifying to the Provider.

Article 9. Immediate Notification to Provider Incase Personal Location Information is Provided to the third party

  1. The Company must not reveal personal location information without consent from the Provider to the third party. In case such information is to be provided to the third party, the Company should notify of the receiver and purpose of such revelation to the Provider prior to application and obtain consent.
  2. In case the Company provides personal location information to the third party indicated by the Provider, Company must immediately notify Provider of receiver and date/purpose of receipt every time such provision takes place through appropriate telecommunication device.
  3. However in below case, the Company should use telecommunication device or e-mail previously set by the Provider for notification.
    1. If regarding telecommunication device which collected personal location information is not support with text/ voice message or image receiving function.
    2. In case the Provider made a prior request to send such information to telecommunication device or email other than the device/e-mail used for collecting Provider’s personal location information.

Article 10. Compensation for Damages

In case the Provider experiences damages due to the Company’s violation of article 15 or 26 of Act on the Protection, Use, etc. of Location Information, the Provider may request the violating party to compensate for damage. In this case the Company cannot be exempt from the burden of all costs and responsibility unless the Company can prove itself that such violation was not the result of intention or fault.

Article 11. Settlement of Disputes

In regards to a dispute which does not allow agreement or which cannot come to an agreement with the Provider regarding location information, the Company may apply for motions to the National Communications Commission.

Article 12. The Company’s Information

The name, address, contact information of the Company is as follows.

  • Name : NAVER Corporation
  • Address : Green Factory, 178-1, Jeongja-dong, Bundang-gu Seongnam-si, Gyeonggy-do, Republic of Korea (postal code: 463-867)
  • Phone number : 1588-3820
  • E-mail address : navercc@naver.com

Appendix

The Terms and Conditions will become effective on July 2, 2011.

I agree with the above Terms and Conditions, Collection and Use of Personal Information, and Terms of Location Information.