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[Kids Note Terms of Use]

Article 1 (Purpose)

The purpose of these Terms of Use (hereinafter referred to as “Terms of Use”) is to provide for the rights, obligations, and responsibilities of Kids Note, Inc. (hereinafter referred to as the “Company”) and its members (hereinafter referred to as “Member(s)”) and other necessary matters, in relation to Members’ use of the services (hereinafter referred to as “Services”) provided by Kids Note Internet Web site and Kids Note mobile applications, both of which are managed by the Company.

For the avoidance of doubt, these Terms of Use shall also apply to electronic commerce transactions using PC online communications, wireless, smartphone or iPhone applications, etc., unless these Terms of Use are contrary to the nature thereof.

Article 2 (Notification, Explanation, and Revision)

  1. The Company shall post on the initial display page of Services at the Web site the provisions of these Terms of Use, the Company’s trade name, representative’s name, address of the place of business, telephone number, facsimile number, e-mail address, business registration number, etc., in such a manner that Members can view the same with ease. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the detailed provisions hereof can be viewed by Members through the link screen.
  2. These Terms of Use may be modified by the Company, to the extent that such modification hereto does not violate applicable laws, including without limitation the Regulation of Standardized Contracts Act, Act on Promotion of Information & Communication Network Utilization and Information Protection, etc., Act on the Consumer Protection in the Electronic Commerce Transactions, etc., Framework Act on Electronic Commerce Transactions, Digital Signature Act, and Framework Act on Consumers.
  3. When the Company intends to modify these Terms of Use, the Company shall give public notice of the proposed modification, together with the then current Terms of Use, by stating the effective date of and reason for such modification, commencing on the date 15 days prior to the effective date thereof and for a considerable period following the aforementioned effective date. In addition, the Company shall clearly notify Members of such modification hereto, by sending an e-mail addressed to each Member’s e-mail address or through the bulletin board. If a Member fails to express his/her intent to refuse such modification hereto within the period beginning on the date of the aforementioned public notice and ending on the date 7 days after the effective date of such modification, the Member shall be deemed to have approved the modified Terms of Use. If a Member does not agree to any of the modified Terms of Use, the Member may then terminate the use agreement. If the existing Terms of Use cannot be applied because of special circumstances, the Company may terminate the service use agreement.
  4. All matters that are not expressly provided herein and the interpretation hereof shall be subject to the provisions of applicable laws (including but not limited to the Act on the Consumer Protection in the Electronic Commerce Transactions, etc.) and generally accepted commercial practices.

Article 3 (The Company’s Obligations)

  1. The Company shall not engage in any activity that is prohibited by applicable laws and/or these Terms of Use or are not against good public morals, and shall make its utmost effort to provide its Services on a continuing and stable basis.
  2. The Company shall endeavor to protect Members’ personal information (including credit information) and also disclose and comply with its privacy policy so that Members can safely use the Services.
  3. The Company shall furnish itself with the necessary human resources and system to properly handle users’ complaints or requests for a remedy of damages possibly arising in relation to their use of Services.
  4. The Company shall handle opinions or complaints made or raised by Members in relation to their use of Services if they are deemed justifiable.

Article 4 (The Company’s Rights)

  1. The Company shall have the right, and the obligation, to screen, refuse, retrieve, isolate, delete, or remove the content (hereinafter referred to as “content”) provided through its Services. The Company reserves all legal rights to and interest in all software comprising its Services, including but not limited to all intellectual property in such software.
  2. To provide the Services in a safe and regular manner, the Company should be granted by Members certain rights in the content provided by Members (“Member-provided content”). For these reasons, Members hereby agree to grant the Company the right to modify, reproduce, and distribute into or through its Services such Members’ content provided by Members using the Services. In addition, Members also agree that the Company may (i) allow a third party having certain contractual relationships with the Company in relation to the provision of the Services to use such Member-provided content for the purpose of providing the Services; (ii) assign its rights to such Member-provided content to a third party; and (iii) allow a third party to use such Member-provided content so as for the Company to comply with any of its legal obligations.
  3. Parent Members shall have all rights to the Member-provided content, except those rights thereto granted to the Company herein. The Company shall not disclose any of Member-provided content without the consent of the Member him/herself; provided, however, that the Member is deemed to have given his/her consent to the Company’s use, display, distribution, and modification of Member-provided content if the Member has provided the same for sharing purposes or already given his/her consent thereto.
  4. The Company may at its discretion terminate or place into the dormant state a Member’s use of the Services or his/her account, with or without notice, for the following reasons including without limitation when the Member concerned has engaged in any acts detrimental to the Services or against the Company’s policy:
    1. Has breached these Terms of Use and/or any other individual contract;
    2. Has requested the Company to delete his/her account or has deleted the same by himself;
    3. Has not used the Services for 3 years or longer;
    4. Has failed to pay any of the expenses because of the Company or a third party in relation to his/her use of the Services; or
    5. The Company is requested by a government agency to do so or otherwise.

Article 5 (Members’ Rights and Obligations)

  1. A Member shall only reserve all intellectual property in and other rights to the Member-provided content provided, posted, or indicated by that Member through the Services.
  2. The Company shall grant Members a nontransferable and nonexclusive right to use the Services provided by the Company, to the extent permitted by these Terms of Use, until the expiration date hereof.
  3. Members hereby agree that they are responsible for any and all pictures, voice, texts, images, and other materials publicly posted or privately delivered or stored by them, using the Services. By providing such Member-provided content using the Services, Members are deemed to represent and warrant that they do not infringe on any third party’s rights in doing so.
  4. Members are only granted the right to use their accounts, IDs, content, etc., on the terms and conditions of use imposed on Members by the Company with respect to the Services. Members shall not reproduce, transmit, publish, distribute, broadcast, or otherwise use or have reproduced, transmitted, published, distributed, broadcast, or otherwise used for profit-making purposes any of the information acquired by Members in the course of using the Services, without the prior approval of the Company.
  5. Members hereby agree that they will be responsible for any and all activities occurring in their accounts and the consequences thereof. Members also agree that they will use the Services in compliance with these Terms of Use and all applicable laws.

Article 6 (Definition of Services and Conditions of Use)

  1. The Services shall be provided for 24 hours per day throughout the year, in principle.
  2. The Company may request Members to provide their date of birth, latest contact information, and other necessary information to ensure that Members will be able to use the Services, and, accordingly, Members shall maintain such information with accuracy and completeness. In some cases, Members may provide their username, password, and e-mail address to use the Services or otherwise allow a third party to access their accounts and use or modify the same accounts.
  3. The Company shall in no event be liable to Members for the loss or damage arising out of the failure of Members to provide the Company with any accurate information or keep their own account information safely.
  4. Members shall bear and pay any and all cost and expenses incurred in using the Services, including without limitation equipment expenses and communication expenses.

Article 7 (Limitation and Suspension of the Provision of Services)

  1. The Company may temporarily suspend the provision of its Services if the Company has a justifiable reason to do so; including but not limited to maintenance and checkup, replacement and failure of computers and other telecommunication equipment, and communication breakdown or other operational causes. Specific events constituting a cause of such suspension shall include the following:
    1. A Member intentionally interferes with the Company’s provision of Services;
    2. Such suspension thereof cannot be avoided because of any checkup, repair, or construction work;
    3. The use of Services is hindered because of any national emergency, equipment failure, or congestion of access link to Services;
    4. It is deemed unreasonable for the Company to continue providing the Services because of any other material event;
    5. A Member has breached any of its obligations hereunder.
    Upon occurrence of any of the aforementioned events, the Company shall notify the Member concerned (1)by e-mail or through the bulletin board (2)that the provision of Services hereunder may be limited or suspended. Should the Company be unable to give prior notice because of unavoidable reasons, however, the Company may notify the Member concerned thereof later.
  2. Whenever necessary for the provision of Services hereunder, the Company may check the Services on a regular basis at such hours as publicly notified on the service screen

Article 8 (Collection, Use, and Management of Personal Location Information)

  1. The following is the information on the Company, as a location information provider and location-based service provider, and its location information manager:
    1. Trade name: Kids Note, Inc.
    2. Joint Representative Directors: Jhangwook Choi and Junyong Kim
    3. Address: Kids Note, Inc. 5th Floor, Samyang Building, 49, 99-gil, Gangnam-daero, Seocho-gu, Seoul
    4. Designation of location information manager: Joint Representative Director
    5. Name of location information manager: Jhangwook Choi
  2. The Company collects location information, through base station–based signals outdoors or wireless AP-based Wi-Fi. information indoors, from Members’ communication terminal devices mounted with a GPS receiver, Wi-Fi., etc.
  3. A Member may at any time withdraw, in whole and in part, his/her consent previously given to the Company for the collection of his/her personal location information or for the provision of any location-based service, using his/her personal location, and for the provision of his/her personal location information to a third party. In such a case, the Company shall destroy the Member’s personal location information collected by the Company.
  4. A Member may request the Company to give access to view or notice of the materials certifying that his/her location information has been collected, used, or provided; the reason behind the provision of his/her personal location information to a third party; and the content thereof so provided, and may also request correction of errors, if any. Such request for access, notice, or correction may be made to the Company by e-mail (contact@kidsnote.com).
  5. The location-based services provided by the Company include:
    1. To provide, using the present location, any related data among the existing data already stored; and
    2. To locate the present location or a specific location on the map and provide or disclose the same to the designated acquaintance(s) or create postings on behalf of the latter
  6. The Company shall not provide a Member’s personal location information to a third party without the consent of that Member. When the Company provides any service involving the provision of such information to a third party, the Company shall notify the Member concerned, in advance, of the recipient thereof and purposes of providing such information. If the Company provides a Member’s personal location information to a third party, the Company shall then automatically record and retain for a year the materials certifying that his/her location information has been used and provided.
  7. Whenever the Company provides a Member’s personal location information to a third party designated by that Member, the Company shall immediately inform the Member concerned of the recipient thereof the time/date and purpose of providing such information using the communication terminal device used to collect the Member’s personal location information. Nevertheless, the Company shall inform that Member thereof by e-mail addressed to his/her e-mail address, if the aforementioned communication terminal device is not furnished with the functions for receiving texts, voice, or images, or the Member concerned has requested the Company in advance to inform him/her thereof through any communication terminal device other than the one used to collect his/her personal location information or by e-mail.
  8. It is deemed by The Company that a Member him/herself gives his/her consent to the Company for the collection, use, or provision of his/her personal location information if a person (“guardian”) with the obligation to take care of that Member, who is a child of 8 years of age or younger, an incompetent person, or a seriously disabled person with mental disorder, gives his/her consent for the aforementioned purposes in order to protect the Member’s life or body. In such a case, the guardian shall submit to the Company a written consent containing all of the following information and bearing the guardian’s signature:
    1. The Member’s name, address, and date of birth;
    2. The guardian’s name, address, and contact information;
    3. A statement that such personal location information will be collected, used, or provided solely for the purpose of protecting the Member’s life or body;
    4. Date of preparation (month/date/year)
  9. The Company shall not use or provide to a third party a Member’s personal location information or any of the materials certifying that a Member’s location information has been collected, used, or provided, beyond the extent set forth herein or otherwise notified separately, except where the Member concerned has given his/her consent, such materials are needed to settle the charges for the provision of any location-based services; or such materials are processed and provided in an unidentifiable form to provide statistics or conduct academic research or market survey.

Article 9 (A Guide to the Collection and Use of Personal Information)

The Company’s guide to the collection, use, and protection of personal information will be separately released in its [privacy policy]. Using the Services hereunder, Members have understood all provisions of the Company’s privacy policy and given their consent to the Company for the collection and use of their personal information.

Article 10 (The Company’s Exemption from Liability)

  1. 1. The Company shall not be liable to Members for the damage arising out of its failure to provide the Services because of the occurrence of any of the following events:
    1. An act of god or a force majeure event;
    2. An intentional interference with the provision of Services, by a third party;
    3. A hindrance to use of the Services, arising because of a cause attributable to a Member; or Any other cause not attributable to the Company, whether by negligence or willful acts
  2. No Member shall engage in any business activity involving the sale of commodities (especially hacking, advertisements for money-making, commercial activities through any erotic site, illegal distribution of commercial software, etc.), using the Services, except for any activities specifically permitted by the Company in writing bearing the signature of the Company’s authorized representative. Should a Member be in breach of the foregoing provision, the Company shall in no event be liable to the Member for the consequence of such business activities, loss, legal actions taken by the authorities concerned, etc., arising as a result of such breach.
  3. The Company shall neither be liable to Members for the loss of profit Members have expected from use of the Services nor shall be liable for the loss arising out of the other materials or data Members have acquired through the Services, if any.
  4. The Company shall not be held responsible for the nature of the information, data, or facts posted by Members, including but not limited to their reliability and accuracy.
  5. Legal responsibilities for the nature of e-mails sent by Members shall remain with users.
  6. In case of transactions conducted among Members or between a Member(s) and a third party via the Services, the Company shall be released from any responsibility or liability whatsoever arising out of such transactions.
  7. Unless specifically provided otherwise in applicable laws, the Company shall have no responsibility with respect to use of the services provided free of charge.

Article 11 (Management of Postings)

  1. If any of the postings posted by a Member contains anything that is against applicable laws including without limitation the Act on Promotion of Information & Communication Network Utilization and Information Protection, etc., and the Copyright Act, the holder of right therein may request the Member to stop posting, delete, or otherwise dispose of the same pursuant to the procedures prescribed in applicable laws. In such a case, the Company shall take the necessary action pursuant to applicable laws.
  2. Even without any request from the holder of right pursuant to subsection 1 above, the Company may take any tentative measures against such posting pursuant to applicable laws if there exists anything that may be deemed to constitute infringement of a third party’s rights or it is otherwise against the Company’s policy and/or applicable laws.

Article 12 (Distribution of Postings)

  1. Upon subscription to the Services, a parent Member is deemed to give his/her full consent to his/her child, who is also a Member using the Services, to post any content for such parent Member through the Company. In such a case, the aforementioned content shall include but will not be limited to photos of the child in question.
  2. The initial distribution of postings posted by a Member through the Company shall be deemed to constitute a legally normal act pursuant to subsection 1 above. All legal liabilities for any subsequent distribution of such postings without the consent of the user having the ownership thereof or the right of likeness therein shall remain with the person having subsequently distributed the same, for which neither the Company nor its membership manager shall have any legal liability.

Article 13 (Provision of Information and Insertion of Advertisements)

  1. The Company may provide Members with a variety of information that is deemed necessary for Members to use the Services, through the bulletin board, by e-mail or letter, SMS, over the phone, or otherwise. Notwithstanding the foregoing provision, Members may refuse to receive such e-mails, etc., at any time, except for the information concerning transactions, responses to customer inquiry, etc., pursuant to applicable laws.
  2. The Company may insert advertisements in its service screen, home page, e-mails, etc., in relation to the provision of its Services. A Member having received an e-mail containing such advertisements shall be entitled to notify the Company of his/her refusal to receive such e-mail.

Article 14 (Entrustment of the Provision of Other Annexed Services)

  1. In addition to its basic smart notice service, the Company may entrust external service providers with part of its annexed services to provide such services efficiently.
  2. In such a case, the terms and conditions concerning such annexed services being provided to Members by the Company shall be in conformity to the provisions of the terms of use adopted by such external service providers.

Article 15 (Settlement of Disputes)

  1. The Company shall make its best efforts to consider reasonable comments or complaints raised by Members and compensate Members for the damage suffered as a result of it, if any.
  2. The Company shall handle, with priority, all complaints and comments raised by Members. If the Company is unable to promptly handle the same, the Company shall immediately notify the Member concerned of the reason therefor and the expected schedule for handling of the complaint or comment raised.

Article 16 (Governing Law and Competent Court)

  1. Interpretation hereof and all disputes between the Company and Members shall be governed by the laws of the Republic of Korea.
  2. With respect to all lawsuits brought as a result of any dispute between the Company and Members arising out of use of the Services hereunder, the parties hereby submit to the jurisdiction of the Seoul Central District Court in the first instance.

Addenda

  1. These Terms of Use shall come into effect on June 19, 2015 (“Effective Date”).
  2. If a Member has agreed to these Terms of Use after the date of public notice hereof but before the Effective Date hereof, these Terms of Use shall apply, effective as of the date of agreement.
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A Guide to the Privacy Policy of Kids Note Inc. (“Kids Note”)

  1. Purposes of the Collection and Use of Personal Information
  2. Items of Personal Information to be Collected and Methods of Collection
  3. Details of Personal Information Provided to Third Parties (Recipients’ Names, Purposes, and Items)
  4. Period for the Retention and Use of Personal Information Collected
  5. Entrustment of the Handling of Personal Information and Trustees
  6. Procedures for and Methods of Destruction of Personal Information and Trustees
  7. Rights of Users and Their Legal Representatives and How to Exercise Such Rights
  8. Installation and Operation of Automatic Personal Information–collecting Devices, including Internet Login Information Files (Cookies), etc., and Refusal to Install Cookies
  9. Name and Contact Information of the Personal Information Manager or the Division in Charge of Handling Member Complaints

Article 1 (Collection and Use of Personal Information)

Kids Note collects personal information from its member(s) (“Member(s)”) so as to ensure that Members using its services (“Services”) can use a higher level of Services. Kids Note endeavors to protect Members’ personal information in accordance with the provisions of applicable laws, including the Act on Promotion of Information and Communication Network Utilization and Information Protection. The protection and use of such personal information shall be subject to the privacy policy of Kids Note. Personal information is collected and used by Kids Note for its business purposes, including providing individuals with a proper user environment, informing them of the news concerning its products, a guide to privileges, etc., by collecting such personal information. In case of any addition to or change in such purposes of use thereof, Kids Note will publicly announce the same by posting public notice thereof on the bulletin board or by e-mail, starting at least seven days prior to the effective date of such addition or change. Notwithstanding the foregoing, such public notice will be given at least 30 days prior to the effective date of any material change in Members’ rights or obligations.

  • Type of the version of the privacy policy: 3.0
  • Effective date of the privacy policy: June 17, 2015

Article 2 (Items of Personal Information to be Collected and Methods of Collection)

Kids Note collects the following personal information from Members using its Services provided by Kids Note, at the time when Members apply for membership:

  1. Required items upon application for membership:
    ID, password, real name, e-mail address, information on applicant’s children (names and gender), and mobile phone number

  2. Required items upon the purchase of commodities:
    Information on the place of delivery (recipient’s name and mobile phone number) and payment information (credit card number or account number / bank name)

  3. Required items upon refund (partial cancellation of purchases)
    Account number, bank name, and account holder’s name

  4. Upon inquiry concerning the opening of a shop or entering into a business partnership Contact information of the contact person (name and mobile phone number)
    In addition, other information generated in the course of using the Services by Members may be automatically generated and collected, including records of Services used by Members, access login information, cookies, payment records, etc.

  5. Methods of Collection of Personal Information
    a. Kids Note’s home page (membership applications, customer service bulletin board) and Kids Note applications (membership applications)
    b. Phone calls and online consultation through the customer service center
    c. Entries made through the payment window, upon making payments

Article 3 (Purposes of Collection and Use of Personal Information)

  1. Performance of agreements for the provision of Services, provision of content, provision of specific customized Services, delivery of goods, personal identification, purchases, etc.

  2. Member Management
    Provision of membership-based Services, personal identification, restrictions on the use of Services by Members who have violated Kids Note’s terms of use, sanctions against Members for their behaviors causing a hindrance to the provision of Services and involving any illegal use of Services, verification of applicants’ intent to apply for membership, and placing limitations on applying for membership and the number of membership applications made
    Preservation of records for the purpose of mediating disputes; handling of public grievances, including the resolution of complaints; delivery of notices; and verification of Members’ intent to withdraw from membership

  3. Use of personal information for the purpose of developing new Services, marketing, and advertising
    Development of new Services and provision of customized Services, provision of Services and insertion of advertisements according to statistical characteristics, verification of the efficacy of Services, communication of the information on events and provision of opportunities for participation, provision of advertising or commercial information, analysis of access frequency, and statistics with regard to the use of Services by Members

Article 4 (Period for the Retention and Use of Personal Information)

When a Member has withdrawn from his/her membership, his/her personal information will be promptly destroyed by Kids Note, without delay, except that the following information will be retained for a prescribed period for the reasons described below:

  1. Occurrence of any cause requiring the retention of such information pursuant to Kids Note’s internal policy
  2. ID information retained to prevent any duplicate applications for membership from being made, using identical IDs
  • Records with regard to the withdrawal of contracts or subscriptions, etc.
    - Grounds for retention: Act on the Consumer Protection in the Electronic Commerce Transactions, etc.
    - Retention period: Five years

  • Records with regard to payments, supply of goods, etc.
    - Grounds for retention: Act on the Consumer Protection in the Electronic Commerce Transactions, etc.
    - Retention period: Five years

  • Records with regard to the resolution of consumer complaints or disputes
    - Grounds for retention: Act on the Consumer Protection in the Electronic Commerce Transactions, etc.
    - Retention period: Five years

  • Records with regard to visits for consumer services
    - Grounds for retention: Communication Privacy Protection Act
    - Retention period: Three months

Article 5 (Procedures for and Methods of Destruction of Personal Information)

  1. Members’ personal information is destroyed by Kids Note without delay, immediately after the purpose of collection and use thereof has been attained or the period of retention and use prescribed under applicable laws has elapsed. In addition, the personal information retained pursuant to applicable laws is not used by Kids Note for any purpose other than those prescribed under applicable laws.
  2. As for the methods of destruction, personal information printed on paper is destroyed by shredding or through incineration, while personal information stored in the form of a file is permanently deleted in such a way as renders such records impossible to be regenerated.

Article 6 (Provision and Sharing of Personal Information)

Kids Note will, in no event, provide any of Members’ personal information to a third party for any purpose whatsoever, except where a Member has given his/her consent in advance or it is prescribed under applicable laws, or otherwise, Kids Note is required by investigative agencies to do so. Even when prior consent has been obtained from users, Kids Note will inform the users concerned of the recipient(s) of such information, the required items thereof, and until when and how such information will be managed by Kids Note, and will also follow the necessary procedures for seeking their consent in that regard.

Article 7 (Entrustment of the Handling of Personal Information)

In principle, Kids Note does not entrust any third party with the handling and management of Members’ personal information, which should be highly valuable to them.

Article 8 (Rights of Users and Legal Representatives, and How to Exercise Such Rights)

  1. A Member (or the legal representative of a Member under 14 years of age (“minor Member”) may, at any time, refer to or correct errors in the registered personal information of his/her own (or the minor Member’s) or make a request for withdrawal from his/her (or the minor Member’s) membership. To refer to or correct the personal information of his/her own (or the minor Member’s), the Member (or the aforementioned legal representative) shall click on “change personal information” (or “manage member information,” etc.). To withdraw from his/her (or the minor Member’s) membership (or revoke his/her (or the legal representative’s) consent already given), the Member or the legal representative must go through personal identification procedures by clicking on “withdraw from membership” and may then access or correct his/her (or the minor Member’s) member information or withdraw from his/her (or the minor Member’s) membership. Alternatively, withdrawal from such membership may also be achieved by contacting the personal information manager in writing, over the phone or by e-mail.
  2. If a Member has requested that errors contained in his/her personal information be corrected, Kids Note will not use or, otherwise, provide to a third party such personal information in question until such errors therein have been corrected. Furthermore, if any incorrect personal information of a Member has already been provided to a third party, Kids Note will promptly notify that third party of the result of correction, without delay, to ensure that the aforementioned incorrect personal information will be duly corrected.
  3. Kids Note ensures that the personal information terminated or deleted at the request of a Member (or the legal representative of a minor Member) will be disposed of in such a manner as set forth in the “Period for the retention and use of personal information.” In addition, such personal information will not be accessed or used for any purpose whatsoever.

Article 9 (Installation and Operation of Automatic Personal Information–collecting Devices and Refusal to Install/Operate Such Devices)

To provide users with specifically customized services, Kids Note uses cookies that serve to store and retrieve users’ information from time to time. A cookie is a very small text file that is sent by the server used to operate a Web site and is stored within the hard disk of the user’s computer.

  1. Purposes of the Use of Cookies and How to Refuse to Install Cookies
    a. Cookies are used to provide targeted marketing and individually customized services by understanding users’ preference and areas of interest by analyzing members’ and non-members’ access frequency or visiting hours, etc.; pursuing their traces; checking the degree of their participation in events; the number of their visits; or otherwise.
    b. Users have options to install cookies. By setting options in their Web browser properly, users may allow all cookies to be automatically stored or cause such cookies to be stored every time, subject to users’ confirmation, or refuse to store all cookies.

  2. Utilization of Non-identifiable Information
    Kids Note enhances the efficiency of its Web site and improves users’ experience by using non-identifiable information.

Article 10 (Technical and Administrative Measures to Protect Personal Information)

To secure stability in handling Members’ personal information, Kids Note takes the following technical and administrative measures to protect such personal information from loss, theft, divulgement, alteration, or damage:

  1. Technical Measures
    Members’ personal information is protected through passwords, and important data are protected through separate security functions, including, without limitation, encryption of files and data to be transmitted or adoption of a file locking function.

  2. Administrative Measures
    Kids Note takes administrative measures, including the following:
    - Only employee(s) in charge of Members’ personal information is authorized to handle such personal information, and thus, the number of employees handling such personal information remains at a minimum level.
    - Such employee(s) is regularly given education concerning the acquisition of new security technologies and the obligation to protect personal information, and is granted an exclusive password so as to control access.

For the avoidance of doubt, a Member’s ID and password should be used solely by the Member himself/herself, in principle. Therefore, Kids Note will not be liable to its Members for any problems arising as a result of divulgement of their personal information due to their negligence or out of security vulnerability intrinsic to the Internet.

Article 11 (Personal Information Manager; Consultation and Reporting)

  1. Personal Information Manager
    a. Name: Jhangwook Choi b. Phone number: 02-6297-7979 c. E-mail address: smith@kidsnote.com

  2. Personal Information Representative a. Name: Junghyeon Kim b. Phone number: 02-6297-7979 c. E-mail address: contact@kidsnote.com

  3. Personal Information Incident Report Center: 118 / http://www.118.or.kr

  4. Cybercrime Investigation Department, Supreme Prosecutors’ Office:
    02-3480-2000 / http://www.spo.go.kr

  5. Cyber Terror Response Center, National Police Agency: 1566-0112 / http://www.netan.go.kr

Date of public notice: June 12, 2015

Effective date: June 19, 2015

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