This document was originally prepared in Korean. In the event of any conflict between the original Korean version and the translated version, the form shall take precedence.
- First implementation date: September 21, 2011
- Final revision date: September 21, 2011
1. Personal information
1. The account information to be provided upon your subscription to Staynote is as follows.
- Required information: ID, name, password, and email address
- Optional information: profile photo, date of birth, gender, mobile phone number, school or company
2. In the course of the service use, the following information may be automatically generated and collected.
- Records of the service use, access log, cookie, access IP information, and records of unsound and unreasonable use
2. Open Information
Some of the information you provide for your account will be disclosed to everyone. If you have any information that you wish to expose to specific persons, please do not provide the contents in the account profile but write this down via separate notices.
- Information open to everyone: ID, name, profile photo, and gender
3. Options to disclose your information
Staynote is a service developed to help you to share various ideas and information with other people. Hence, most of the information collected in Staynote has been provided by you voluntarily for sharing with other members so it has been disclosed to everyone. If you want to select the scope of disclosure such as your photos, messages, or links aside from some profile to be disclosed necessarily, ‘Privacy Setup’ menu will provide you with this function.
4. How to collect personal information
Staynote collects and safely manage personal information provided through web, mobile web, written forms, fax, telephone, counseling board, email, event subscription, or request for delivery in order to provide better services.
5. Purpose of collection and use of personal information
The personal information you have provided to Staynote may be used for the following purposes other than the basic intent of our service (sharing information with other members).
- Personal identification, prevention of members involved in unsound activities or unauthorized use, confirmation of your intent to join, joining and restriction on the number of joining, personal identification for legal representatives if necessary in the future, conservation of records for conflict mediation, complaints handling, and delivery of notices
- New service development, marketing, and advertisement
- Service provision and advertisement based on demographics
- Advertisement based on locations
- Confirmation of service validity, event and advertisement information delivery, provision of chances for participation, identification of the frequency of access or statistics of members’ service use.
6. Deletion of personal information
Whenever you want to, you may delete all your personal information on ‘Delete Account’ menu.
7. Policies on Children
Staynote is not a service provided to children aged under 13 (14 by Korean age calculation). If you find that your child has provided its personal information to Staynote without your consent, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Staynote does not deliberately collect personal information from children aged under 13. If we find that a child aged under 13 has provided its personal information, Staynote will delete the relevant information and cancel the child’s account.
8. Retention of personal information and period for use
The company will immediately delete personal information when the purpose provided in Article 5 has been met. However, in the event of any necessity to keep such information based on related laws such as the Act on the Protection of Consumers in Electronic Transactions, etc., and the Act on Communication Secrecy Protection, such personal information will be retained for a certain period of time. In this case, the retained information will be used only for the purpose prescribed and the periods of retention are as follows.
- Records on contracting or cancellation: 5 years
- Records on settlement and supplies of goods, etc: 5 years
- Records on consumers’ complaints or dispute handling: 3 years
- Records on website visit: 3 months