Location-based service terms and conditions
Enacted on 2020.12.18
Article 1 [Purpose)
These terms and conditions refer to a member (a person who has agreed to the terms of service for location-based services. hereinafter referred to as "member") and location-based services (hereinafter referred to as "service") provided by i-Aurora Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as "company") The purpose of using) is to stipulate the rights, duties and responsibilities of the company and members.
① These terms and conditions become effective when the customer or the personal location information subject who applied for the service agrees to these terms and conditions and registers as a user of the service according to the prescribed procedure set by the company.
② When a member clicks the "Agree" button of these terms and conditions online, it is deemed that they have read and fully understood the contents of these terms and conditions, and have agreed to its application.
③ The Company shall revise these Terms and Conditions to the extent that it does not violate related laws such as the Act on Protection and Use of Location Information, the Content Industry Promotion Act, the Act on Consumer Protection in Electronic Commerce, etc., and the Act on the Regulation of Terms and Conditions of the Basic Consumer Act. can.
④ When the Company revises the terms and conditions, the existing terms, the revised terms, and the application date and the reason for the revised terms are specified, and the current terms and conditions are notified 10 days before the effective date for a considerable period after the effective date, and the revised content is If it is unfavorable to the member, it will be notified by posting it on the service homepage from 30 days before the application date to a considerable period after the application date, or by sending the member an electronic form (e-mail, SMS, etc.) of the revision of the terms and conditions.
Article 3 (application of related laws)
These Terms and Conditions are applied fairly in accordance with the principle of good faith, and any matters not specified in these Terms and Conditions are subject to relevant laws or commercial practices.
Article 4 (contents of service)
The services provided by the company are as follows.
Service name: Location-based service
Service Content: Location-based service
1. NANAME branch search service
-Provides NAMANE card branch information around the user's current location
2. Advertising information provision service
-Providing advertisement information such as personalized card coupons and event information based on user location information
Article 5 (service usage fee)
① The service provided by the company is basically free. However, in the case of a separate paid service, you must pay the fee specified in the service to use it.
② The company may charge the fee for using the paid service by the method determined by the electronic payment company contracted with the company or by adding it to the invoice set by the company.
③ Cancellation and refund of payments made through the use of paid services are subject to the relevant laws such as the company's payment terms and conditions.
④ Requests for refunds due to theft of members' personal information, payment fraud, or requests for personal information of payers may be rejected except as stipulated by law.
⑤ Data communication charges incurred when using wireless service are separate and are subject to the policies of each mobile operator.
⑥ Charges incurred when posting posts using MMS, etc., are in accordance with the carrier's policy.
Article 6 (Notification of service content change, etc.)
① When the company changes or terminates the service content, the company may notify the change or termination of the service content through e-mail to the member's registered e-mail address.
② In the case of Paragraph 1, when notifying a large number of unspecified persons, the members may be notified through other company notices such as the website.
Article 7 (restriction and suspension of service use)
① The company may limit or stop the member's use of the service in the event of a reason falling under any of the following subparagraphs.
1. When a member intentionally or grossly interferes with the operation of the company's service
2. In case of inevitable due to service facility inspection, repair or construction
3. When the telecommunications service provider stipulated in the Telecommunications Business Act suspends telecommunication services
4. When there is a problem with the use of the service due to a national emergency, service facility failure, or congestion in service use, etc.
5. When it is deemed inappropriate for the company to continue providing services due to other serious reasons
② When the company restricts or suspends the use of the service pursuant to the provisions of the preceding paragraph, the company shall inform the member of the reason and the limit period.
Article 8 (Use or provision of personal location information)
② The rights of members and legal representatives and the method of exercising them depend on the address of the user at the time of filing, and if there is no address, it shall be the exclusive jurisdiction of the district court having jurisdiction over the residence. However, if the address or residence of the user is not clear at the time of filing, or if a foreign resident is a foreign resident, it is filed with the competent court under the Civil Procedure Act.
③ The company automatically records and preserves location information usage, provision, and fact confirmation data for bill settlement and complaint handling with other companies or customers, and the data is kept for one year.
④ In the case of providing personal location information to a third party designated by the member, the company immediately informs the member of the recipient, the date and purpose of the provision, and the purpose of providing it to the member each time through the communication terminal device that collected the personal location information. However, if it falls under any of the following subparagraphs, it will be notified to the communication terminal device or e-mail address specified and designated by the member in advance.
1. When the communication terminal device that collected personal location information does not have the function of receiving text, audio or video
2. When a member requests in advance to be notified through online posting, etc.
Article 9 (rights of personal location information subject)
① Members may withdraw all or part of their consent to the Company for providing location-based services using personal location information and providing personal location information to a third party at any time. In this case, the company destroys the collected personal location information and data confirming the use and provision of location information.
② Members may request temporary suspension of collection, use or provision of personal location information from the company at any time, and the company cannot refuse this and has technical means for this.
③ Members may request the company to view or notify the following data, and if there is an error in the data, they may request correction. In this case, the company cannot reject the member's request without justifiable reason.
1. Data confirming the collection, use, and provision of location information about the person
2. The reason and content of the personal location information provided to a third party in accordance with the Protection and Use of Location Information Act or other legal regulations
④ Members can request through the company's prescribed procedure for exercising their rights under paragraphs 1 to 3.
Article 10 (Designation of location information manager)
① In order to properly manage and protect location information and to smoothly handle complaints from personal location information subjects, the company designates and operates a person in a position to take practical responsibility as the location information manager.
② The location information manager is the head of the department that provides location-based services, and specific matters follow the supplementary provisions of this agreement.
Article 11 (Compensation for Damage)
① If the company violates the provisions of Articles 15 to 26 of the Act on Protection and Use of Location Information and damages to the member, the member may file a claim against the company for damages. In this case, the company cannot escape responsibility if it fails to prove that there is no intention or negligence.
② If a member violates the provisions of this agreement and damages the company, the company may claim damages to the member. In this case, if the member cannot prove that there is no intention or negligence, the member cannot be exempted from responsibility.
Article 12 (disclaimer)
① The company shall not be held liable for any damage incurred to members in the event that the service cannot be provided in the following cases.
1. When there is a natural disaster or a state of force majeure equivalent thereto
2. In case of intentional service interference by a third party who has signed a service alliance contract with the company for service provision
3. If there is a disability in the use of the service due to reasons attributable to the member
4. In cases where there is no intention or negligence of the company other than subparagraphs 1 to 3
② The company does not guarantee the reliability and accuracy of the service and information, data, and facts posted on the service, and is not responsible for any damages to members caused by this.
Article 13 (application mutatis mutandis)
① These Terms and Conditions are stipulated and implemented by the laws of the Republic of Korea.
② For matters not stipulated in these terms and conditions, it is subject to relevant laws and customs.
Article 14 (dispute mediation and others)
① The company may apply for a finance request to the Korea Communications Commission pursuant to Article 28 of the Act on the Protection and Use of Location Information in the event that the parties do not discuss or cannot negotiate a dispute related to location information.
② The company or the customer may apply for mediation to the Personal Information Dispute Mediation Committee pursuant to Article 43 of the Personal Information Protection Act if the parties do not discuss or cannot negotiate a dispute related to location information.
Article 15 (company's contact information)
The company's name and address are as follows.
1. Trade name: Aiurora Co., Ltd.
2. Representative: Youngsoo Jang
3. Address: Sejong Building, 22, Hangang-daero 44-gil, Seoul
4. Phone: 1588-3073
Article 1 (Effective Date)
These terms will be effective from December 18, 2020.
Article 2 (Location Information Manager)
The location information manager designates December 18, 2020 as follows.
1. Affiliation: Hye-kyung Kim, Head of Headquarters (Development Headquarters)
2. Contact: 1588-3073
3. Email address: email@example.com