Privacy Policy

1. General

  1. Personal information is information about a living individual, and information that can identify the individual by the name and resident registration number contained in the information (even if the information alone cannot identify a specific individual, it identifiable).
  2. Fasoo Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as “the Company”) ranks the protection of personal information as top priority value among several managerial components. The Company strictly complies with all domestic laws and regulations, including the Personal Information Protection Act.
  3. Through the Privacy Policy, we inform you of the purpose and method of using the personal information provided by members and what measures are being taken to protect personal information.
  4. The Company discloses the personal information processing policy on the first screen of the website or on the service sign-up screen so that members can view it easily at any time.
  5. The privacy policy of this DigitalPage service (hereinafter referred to as the “Service” or “Services”) may change according to changes in relevant laws and regulations or changes in operating policies. When the personal information processing policy is changed, the changed information is notified on the website so that members can easily recognize the revised content.

2. Personal information items and methods to be collected

  1. We collect the following information to provide basic services to members’ personal inform
    1. ① Required Collection items
Collected items Purpose of use
E-mail, name, password,service usage records, access log, cookie, access IP information, paid product subscription/cancellation history and billing/receiving information and records
Personal identification, delivery of service-related notices, confirmation of personal intentions, securing a smooth communication path such as handling complaints, use of digital page service-related new services/new product information, basic data for checking service-related errors, and complaint handling purposes
Personal location information data
To provide related data among previously stored data using the current location, to display the current location or a specific location on the map to provide, disclose, or write a post to designated acquaintances
Device identifier
Used for anonymous aggregate calculation of the number of unique devices using the service
Provision of AI services and improvement of service performance and algorithms
Conversation information exchanged with AI (including conversation content such as images and videos), and service usage behavior information (input information and outputs)

② When using the service with an SNS account
The following personal information is collected when using the service by linking the SNS account.

Category Collected items
Facebook
Required
Email address, Name, profile picture
Google
Required
Email address, Name, profile picture
Naver
Required
Email address, Name, profile picture
Kakao
Required
Name, profile picture
Optional
Email address
Apple
Required
Email address, Name

③ Collection of optional information
The optional information that DigitalPage access to provide services is as follows. The following information may be collected or used during the creation of pages.

Information Collected Purpose
Calendar
When users consent to share the calendar information with DigitalPage, DigitalPage may access the calendar to help users create pages and remember their events. The events in the calendar may be collected when added to the pages.
Contacts
DigitalPage may access the contact list to help users use contact information when creating pages. The contacts may be collected when added to the pages.
Photos
DigitalPage may access the photos and camera to help users use photos when creating pages. The photos may be collected when added to the pages.
Files
DigitalPage may access the file list to help users use files when creating pages. The files may be collected when added to the pages.
Audio
DigitalPage may access the audio files and microphone to help users use audio files when creating pages. The audio files may be collected when added to the pages.
  1. The content of the pages may be used for services such as recommending pages to link, classification by context, and suggesting image keywords.

  2. ④ Collection method
    Content creation by using the DigitalPage service page creation, generation information collection through our website and log analysis program, information collection by ‘cookie’, GPS receiver owned by members, Wi-Fi, etc. A method of collecting location information through base station-based GPS signals in the indoor environment and Wi-Fi information of wireless APs indoors.

3. Consent to collection of personal information

  1. In the process of membership registration and service use, personal information is collected to the minimum extent necessary, and the items and purpose of collection are notified in advance. When a customer who wants to use the service reads the Terms of Service and this Privacy Policy, enters the required items, clicks the “Complete Subscription” button, or checks “Confirm” or “I Agree”, the processing of personal information You agree to it.
  2. In the case of collection of optional information, DigitalPage deems that the user him/herself has given consent to the processing of his/her personal information when the user creates content on the page of DigitalPage.
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4. Period of retention and use of collected personal information

  1. If the purpose of membership withdrawal and collection and use of personal information is achieved, the member’s personal information will be destroyed without delay. However, if it is necessary to retain it for a certain period of time for reasons such as confirmation of transaction-related management obligations as follows in accordance with the provisions of related laws such as the Commercial Act, the information is retained for a certain period of time.
Laws based on Retention information Retention period
Act on the Consumer Protection, in Electronic Commerce, Etc.
Records on the contract or subscription withdrawal, etc
5 years
Act on the Consumer Protection, in Electronic Commerce, Etc., Commercial Act, Framework Act on National Taxes, Income Tax Act, Corporate Tax Act, Value Added Tax Act
Records on the payment and supply of goods, etc, commercial books and business slips, documentary evidence
5 years
Act on Consumer Protection in Electronic Commerce, Etc.
Records on the consumer complaints or dispute settlement
3years
Protection of Communications Secrets Act
Records about site visits
3 months

5. Personal information destruction procedures and methods

  1. Procedures for destroying personal information
    1. The personal information entered by the customer for service subscription, etc. will be deleted or destroyed in accordance with the internal policy and other relevant laws and regulations after the purpose of use, such as service termination, is achieved. In general, if there is no bond-debt relationship, personal information collected and managed in electronic file form when registering as a member will be deleted 30 days after membership withdrawal.
  2. How to destroy personal information
    1. Personal information written in a written form or printed on paper is shredded or incinerated with a shredder, dissolved by chemical treatment, and destroyed, and personal information stored in electronic file format is deleted using a technical method that cannot reproduce the record. do.

6. Rights of members and their legal representatives and how to exercise them

  1. Members and their legal representatives can inquire or modify the registered personal information of themselves or children under the age of 14 at any time, and may request cancellation of membership.
  2. In order to inquire or modify personal information of a member or a child under the age of 14, click the account information to cancel membership (withdraw consent), click “Withdraw membership” in the account information, go through the identity verification process, and read directly , can be corrected or withdrawn. Or, if you contact the person in charge of personal information management in writing, by phone or by e-mail, we will take action without delay.
  3. If you request correction of errors in personal information, the personal information will not be used or provided to third parties until the correction is completed. If incorrect personal information has already been provided to a third party, we will notify the third party of the result of the correction without delay.
  4. The company shall provide personal information that has been canceled or deleted at the request of a member or legal representative in “4. Period of retention and use of personal information collected by the company” is processed and processed so that it cannot be viewed or used for other purposes.
  5. Please enter the member’s personal information accurately and up-to-date. Members are responsible for accidents caused by inaccurate information entered by members, and if they enter false information, such as stealing other people’s information, membership may be forfeited.
  6. Members have the right not to infringe on other people’s information as well as the right to be protected. Be careful not to leak member’s personal information, including passwords, and be careful not to damage other people’s personal information, including posts. If you damage other people’s information, you may be punished according to the 「Act on Promotion of Information and Communications Network Utilization and Information Protection, etc.」.

7. Matters concerning the installation/operation of the automatic collection device of personal information and its rejection

  1. We are installing/operating a cookie that stores and frequently finds customer information through the Internet service. Cookies are string information that the web server sends to the web browser to store and then sends back to the server when there is an additional request from the server. When a member accesses the website, the member can read the contents of the cookie in the member’s browser, find additional information, and provide the service without additional input such as name.
  2. Cookie information may be used for the following purposes.
    1. ① Provide differentiated information according to individual interests
    2. ② By analyzing the access frequency or length of stay of members and non-members, the user’s tastes and areas of interest are identified and used for target marketing
    3. ③ Track the traces of the contents you are interested in and provide personalized service the next time you connect
    4. ④ Period of use when using paid services
    5. ⑤ Analyze customer habits and use them as a measure for service reorganization
  3. Members have the option to install cookies You can send them, or you can reject all cookies. However, if a member refuses to install cookies, there may be inconveniences in using the service or difficulties in providing the service.
  4. Cookies expire when you close your browser or log out.

8. Technical and administrative measures to protect personal information

The company has the following technical measures in place to prevent loss, theft, leakage, alteration or damage of your personal information.

  1. Technical measures
  2. 2. The company has the following technical measures to prevent loss, theft, leakage, alteration, or damage to your personal information.
    1. ① Personal information is protected by a password, and important data is protected with a separate security function by encrypting files and transmission data or using the file lock function.
    2. ② We are using a vaccine program to prevent damage from computer viruses. Vaccine programs are updated periodically, and when a virus suddenly appears, it is provided as soon as the vaccine is released to prevent infringement of personal information.
    3. ③ A security device (SSL or SET) that can safely transmit personal information on the network using a cryptographic algorithm is adopted.
    4. ④ We are doing our best for security by using an intrusion prevention system and vulnerability analysis system for each server in preparation for external intrusions such as hacking.
  3. 관리적 대책
    1. ① For the safe protection of personal information, we are operating major systems and facilities with objective certification of the information protection management system, etc.
    2. ② Procedures necessary for access and management of personal information have been prepared so that employees of the company are familiar with it and keep it.
    3. ③ The right to access personal information is limited to the minimum number of people. The minimum number of persons is as follows:
      1. a. A person who performs marketing tasks directly with users
      2. b. Person in charge of personal information management, such as person in charge of personal information management and person in charge
      3. c. Others who are inevitably required to handle personal information for business
    4. ④ Procedures, etc. necessary for access and management of personal information are prepared so that their employees are familiar with and follow them, and regularly related to the acquisition of new security technologies and obligations to protect personal information, etc. for employees who handle personal information We are conducting in-house training and external consignment training.
    5. ⑤ Handover of personal information-related handlers is carried out thoroughly with security maintained, and responsibility for personal information accidents after joining and leaving is clarified.
    6. ⑥ Computer room and data storage room are set as special protection areas to control access.
    7. ⑦ When processing customer personal information using a computer, designate a person in charge with access to personal information, give an identification code (ID) and password (PASSWORD), and update the password (PASSWORD) regularly are doing
    8. ⑧ When new employees are hired, they are required to sign an information protection pledge or personal information protection pledge to prevent information leakage by employees in advance. We have established procedures and are continuously implementing them.
    9. ⑨ By having employees sign a confidentiality agreement when they retire, we ensure that the personal information that the person who handled the customer’s personal information did not damage, infringe or leak the personal information that he/she learned during the course of his/her job.
    10. ⑩ When collecting or providing payment-related information such as a customer’s credit card number, bank account, etc. to a customer for the purpose of signing a service use contract and providing services, the company takes measures to verify that the customer is the customer.
    11. ⑪ We are not responsible for any actions that occur due to the user’s personal mistakes or the basic Internet dangers. Each member must properly manage his/her e-mail and password to protect his/her personal information and take responsibility for it. In addition, it is recommended to avoid using an easy password (PASSWORD) that can be guessed by others, and it is recommended to change the password (PASSWORD) regularly.
    12. ⑫ If you access our website from a shared PC and want to end the use of the service when you move to another site while logged in, be sure to log out and close the website. Otherwise, your information, such as e-mail and password, may be easily leaked to others through the browser.
    13. ⑬ In addition, if personal information is lost, leaked, altered, or damaged due to the mistake of an internal manager or an accident in technical management, the company will immediately notify the fact and provide appropriate countermeasures and compensation.

9. Processing personal location information

DitalPage safely manages user’s personal location information in accordance with the Act on the Protection and Use of Location Information.

  1. Purpose of processing and period of use of personal location information
    1. ① DigitalPage uses personal location information to provide related data among the previously stored data, share the current or specific location with the designated users on a map, or write posts.
    2. ② DigitalPage retains and uses personal location information only for the minimum period necessary to provide location-based services.
    3. ③ DigitalPage destroys personal location information without delay after one-time or temporary use from most location-based services. However, when a user stores personal location information along with pages on DigtalPage’s service, the personal location information is stored together during the retention period of the pages.
  2. Grounds for and period of retaining data verifying the collection, usage and provision of location information
    1. ① In accordance with Article 16 (2) of the Act on the Protection and Use of Location Information, DigitalPage automatically records data verifying the collection, use, and provision of location information in a location information system, and preserves the data for 6 months or longer.
  3. Procedure and method for the destruction of personal location information
    1. ① When the purpose of processing personal location information has been attained, DigitalPage safely destroys personal location information in an unrecoverable way. Electronic files are destroyed using a technical method that cannot be recovered or regenerated, and documents are shredded or incinerated.
  4. Matters on providing personal location information to third parties and notification of such provision
    1. ① DigitalPage does not provide personal location information to a third party without prior consent from the user. In case DigitalPage provides personal location information to a third party designated by the user, DigitalPage immediately notifies the subject of personal location information of the designated recipient of such information, the date and time, and the purpose of such provision on each occasion.
    2. ② DigitalPage only provides personal location information to a third party when a user directly consents to the provision of personal location information in order to use the services of an outside partner, when DigitalPage is obligated to provide personal location information in accordance with relevant laws, and when an imminent risk to the life or safety of a user is confirmed and such risk needs to be addressed.
  5. Rights and responsibilities held by the legal guardian of children of eight years old or younger, etc., and how to exercise them
    1. ① Where the legal guardian of any of the following users (hereinafter referred to as “child of eight years old or younger, etc.”) gives consent to the use or provision of personal location information regarding the child of eight years old or younger, etc. for the protection of their health or safety, DigitalPage deems that the user him/herself has given his/her consent.
      1. a. A child of eight years old or younger
      2. b. A person under adult guardianship
      3. c. A person with a mental disorder defined in Article 2 (2) 2 of the Act on Welfare of Persons with Disabilities, classified as a person with a severe disability defined in subparagraph 2 of Article 2 of the Act on the Employment Promotion and Vocational Rehabilitation of Persons with Disabilities (limited to those registered as disabled persons under Article 32 of the Act on Welfare of Persons with Disabilities).
    2. ② For the protection of the health or safety of a child of eight years old or younger, etc., the legal guardian who intends to consent to the use or provision of personal location information must submit a written consent to DigitalPage along with a document proving that he/she is the legal guardian.
    3. ③ The legal guardian can exercise all of the rights of the subject of personal location information if he/she agrees to the use or provision of personal location information for a child of eight years old or younger, etc.
  6. Person responsible for managing location information
    1. The person responsible for protecting personal information at DigitalPage is also in charge of managing location information.

10. Personal information manager

  1. Protection of members’ personal information is the most important, and we do our best not to damage, infringe or leak member’s personal information. In the event of an infringement of a member’s personal information due to a cause attributable to the company, the member is notified in accordance with the procedures and methods stipulated in the relevant laws such as the Personal Information Protection Act and the “Information and Communications Network Act” and reported to the relevant organization. However, we are not responsible for damage to information due to unexpected accidents caused by basic network risks such as hacking and various disputes caused by posts made by visitors, despite technical security measures in accordance with relevant laws and regulations.
  2. In order to protect members’ personal information and to handle complaints and inquiries related to personal information, the relevant department and person in charge of personal information management are designated as follows.
Personal Information Protection Officer Privacy Officer
Name
Sungho Song
Se-eun Kim
Position
Chief Researcher
Assistant manager
E-MAIL
digitalpage@fasoo.com
Contact
+82-2-300-9377

11. Obligation to Notify Prior to Amendment

This privacy policy was amended on June 24, 2024, and users will be notified of any addition, deletion, and/or modification in this privacy policy due to the government’s policy or security technology changes through our website at least 7 days prior to the amendment.

Effective date: June, 2024

November 6, 2022 ~ June 23, 2024: View previous privacy policy

September 2, 2022 ~ November 6, 2022 : View previous privacy policy

April 7, 2016 ~ September 1, 2022 : View previous privacy policy