WEBDAR Privacy

Effective from May 2, 2022

Webdar (hereinafter referred to as “Webdar” or “Company”) strictly complies with the personal information protection laws of the Republic of Korea, including the Personal Information Protection Act.

The table of contents of this privacy policy is as follows. It includes the requirements of the personal information processing policy required by relevant laws and regulations, and the contents that Webdar itself determines to be important in the protection of user's personal information.

  1. Significance of the Privacy Policy

  2. Items of personal information to be collected and collection methods

  3. Purpose of processing personal information

  4. Retention and use period of personal information, procedures and methods for destruction

  5. Provision and consignment of personal information

  6. Rights of users and legal representatives and how to exercise them

  7. Measures to secure the safety of personal information

  8. Matters concerning installation, operation, and rejection of automatic personal information collection devices

  9. Personal Information Manager

  10. Notice Obligations Before Revision

Article 1 (Significance of Personal Information Processing Policy)

Through the Privacy Policy, Webdar values the personal information of users who use the WEBDAR service (hereinafter referred to as the “Service”), which is an online website monitoring and analysis service (including mobile web/app) provided by the Company, and always makes every effort to protect the personal information of users.

The privacy policy has the following important meanings:

1. We provide transparent information related to “privacy protection”, such as what information the company collects, how it uses the collected information, with whom it is shared (“provided or entrusted”) as necessary, and when and how to destroy the information that has achieved the purpose of use.

2. As a data subject, we will inform you what rights you have regarding your personal information and how and how you can exercise them.

3. In the event of a privacy breach, we will inform you who you can contact and how you can help prevent further damage and repair the damage that has already occurred.

Article 2 (Items of Personal Information Collected and Collection Method)

1. Webdar collects the following personal information for membership registration, consultation, and service application for service use.

Membership sign-up steps

delimitingCollected itemsPurpose of collection and use
Required itemsE-mail (e-mail) address, password

① Operation and management of membership services (registration and withdrawal processing, etc.)

② Notice of important matters such as changes to the terms of use, privacy policy, service changes, interruptions, failures, infringement incidents, etc.

③ Information on service complaints and grievance handling results

Steps to use the service

delimitingCollected itemsPurpose of collection and use
Required itemsInformation specific to payment methods such as credit cards and cash payments

① Billing, payment, settlement, and discounts associated with the fulfillment of paid service contracts and service provision

② Consignment of paid service contract fulfillment

(* The Company does not directly store information such as the credit card number and validity period entered by the user during the purchase and payment stages.)

Required items (creation information)User's device information (smartphone) Device information (device ID or IMEI)

① Preventing unauthorized use of the service

② Promptly handle complaints in the event of a service failure

Service usage records, site visit records, cookies, etc.

① Check the usage history of the service

② Fulfill the obligation to retain and provide information in accordance with relevant laws

③ Analysis of user access frequency

④ Utilization of statistics to provide customized services

⑤ Expansion of service system infrastructure for smooth service provision

ChoicesPermission to grant access to Unified Messaging ServiceProvide notification service

2. How to collect

1) We collect personal information directly entered by users in the process of membership registration, service use, and event application through the Webdar website.

2) Personal information entered by users may be collected through web pages, email, fax, telephone, etc. during the consultation process through the customer center.

3) Information such as usage records may be automatically collected during the user's use of the service.

Article 3 (Purpose of Processing Personal Information)

The Company processes personal information for the following purposes.

1. Participate in beta services, use free trial services, and manage members after switching to paid services

1) Identification and authentication of users due to the use of membership services, prevention of unauthorized use of services, handling complaints, and delivery of notices

2) Member management according to the conversion of paid services

2. Execution of contracts for the provision of paid services and settlement of fees associated with provision of services

1) Provision of services, purchases and payment of fees

3. Use for marketing and advertising

1) Development and specialization of new services (products), verification of service validity, identification of access frequency, statistics on the use of services by users, provision of services and advertisements according to statistical characteristics, delivery of event and advertising information, and provision of opportunities for participation

Article 4 (Period of Retention and Use of Personal Information, Procedures and Methods for Destruction)

1. In principle, Webdar destroys personal information without delay when personal information becomes unnecessary, such as the expiration of the period of use of personal information, collection of personal information, and the achievement of the purpose of use. However, personal information of users will be kept as an exception only for each of the following reasons and periods: The personal information is stored and managed separately from other personal information, and destroyed after the retention period has elapsed.

1) If it is based on the company's internal policy

① Prevention of re-enrollment of bad users, prevention of fraudulent use, and response to other complaints

- Retention period: 6 months after membership withdrawal (However, in the case of complaint response, until the complaint is resolved)

- Retained information: e-mail, subscription date, withdrawal date

2. Execution of contracts for the provision of paid services and settlement of fees associated with provision of services

1) Provision of services, purchases and payment of fees

3. Use for marketing and advertising

Grounds and regulationsRetention informationRetention period
Act on Consumer Protection in Electronic Commerce, etc.Records on withdrawal of contract or subscription5 years
Act on Consumer Protection in Electronic Commerce, Commercial Law, Basic National Tax Act, Income Tax Act, Corporate Tax Act, Value Added LawRecords on payment and supply of goods, etc., commercial books, business slips, and supporting documents5 years
Act on Consumer Protection in Electronic Commerce, etc.Records on handling consumer complaints or disputes3 years
Communications Secrets Protection ActHistory of website visitstrimester

2. The procedure and method of destruction of personal information are as follows.

1) Destruction procedure

Webdar selects the personal information for which the reason for destruction occurred and destroys the personal information with the approval of the person in charge of personal information protection of the company.

2) Destruction method

① Information in the form of electronic files is destroyed using a technical method that cannot reproduce the record.

② Personal information printed on paper shall be destroyed through shredding or incineration.

3) Separate storage of dormant accounts

① Separate and store the personal information of members who have not used the service for more than one year to restrict the use of the service.

② The user can cancel the dormant account through a separate procedure after switching to the dormant account.

Article 5 (Provision and Consignment of Personal Information)

1. In principle, Webdar does not provide personal information of users to the outside world. However, exceptions are made in the following cases.

1) When the user agrees in advance

① Retention period and retention information: Items that have been requested or agreed by the member, and only for the period, are retained during that period

2) In accordance with the provisions of laws and regulations, or when there is a request from an investigative agency in accordance with the procedures and methods prescribed by laws and regulations for the purpose of investigation

3) If an individual is provided in a form that cannot be identified for statistical preparation, academic research, or market research

2. Webdar entrusts some of the tasks necessary for the smooth provision and improvement of services to external companies. It specifies in contracts and other documents necessary for the entrusted company to safely handle personal information in accordance with the Personal Information Protection Act, and supervises whether the trustee handles personal information safely.

TrusteeContents of entrusted business
Amazon Web ServicesSystem development, testing and operation, and data storage for service provision
KG Inisys, StripeSending payment information such as credit card and cash payment required to purchase paid services

3. If the contents of the consignment work or the trustee change, we will notify you through this privacy policy without delay.

Article 6 (Rights and Exercise Methods of Users and Legal Representatives)

1. Users can view, modify, or delete their personal information in 'Member Information' at any time, and request access to their personal information.

2. Users can withdraw their consent to the collection and use of personal information at any time through 'Withdrawal from Membership', etc.

3. If a user requests correction of an error in personal information, the personal information will not be used or provided until the correction is completed. In addition, if incorrect personal information has already been provided to a third party, the correction processing result will be notified to the third party without delay so that the correction can be made.

4. The rights of users and legal representatives can be processed directly on the “Member Information” page, etc., or requested through “Contact Us”.

Article 7 (Measures to secure the safety of personal information)

Webdar takes the following measures to safely manage the personal information of users.

1. We have established and implemented an internal management plan for the safe handling of personal information.

2. We reduce the possibility of leakage of personal information by minimizing the number of employees who have access to personal information and limiting their duties to those in charge.

3. We store and manage users' personal information and passwords by encrypting them.

4. Security functions are used to store personal information access records, prevent forgery and falsification, and prevent theft and loss.

5. The Company frequently backs up data in case of damage to personal information, and uses the latest anti-virus program to prevent leakage or damage of users' personal information or data.

6. For the safe storage of personal information, we have installed a system in areas where access is controlled from outside, and access control procedures are operated to prevent unauthorized access.

Article 8 (Matters Concerning Installation, Operation, and Rejection of Automatic Personal Information Collection Device)

1. Purpose of using cookies

1) In order to provide personalized services, Webdar uses' cookies' that store and retrieve usage information from time to time. A cookie is a small amount of information that a website server transmits to a user's web browser and is sometimes stored on the hard disk of the user's computer.

2) The Company can provide optimized information and specific customized services to users through the use of cookies.

3) The Company may use cookies to identify the Member and maintain the Member's login status.

2. Installation, operation and rejection of cookies

1) The user has the option to install cookies. Therefore, the user can accept or reject all cookies through the option settings of the web browser, or check each time a cookie is stored.

① Chrome: “Customize and control Chrome” menu at the top of the web browser > “Settings” menu > “Security and privacy” menu > “Cookies and other site data” menu > Manual settings

② Edge: “Settings and other” menu at the top of the web browser > “Settings” menu > “Cookies and site permissions” menu > Direct settings

2) If you refuse to use cookies, it may be difficult to use some services provided by the Company, such as personalized services.

Article 8 (Matters Concerning Installation, Operation, and Rejection of Automatic Personal Information Collection Device)

In order to protect users' personal information and handle complaints related to personal information, Webdar has designated a person in charge of personal information protection as follows. The user may report all personal information protection complaints related to the use of the company's services to the person in charge of personal information protection or the department in charge, and the company will endeavor to respond promptly and faithfully to the user's report.

Webdar Customer Center

Privacy Officer

- Kim Myung-kyung (Managing Director)

- Phone: 010-7220-1545

If you need to report or consult about other personal information infringement, please contact the following organizations.

1) Personal Information Infringement Report Center: https://privacy.kisa.or.kr/ 118 or without country code
2) Cyber Investigation Division of the Grand Prosecutor's Office: https://www.spo.go.kr/ 1301 or without country code
3) Cyber Security Bureau of the National Police Agency: https://cyberbureau.police.go.kr/ or without code number 182

Article 10 (Obligations of Notice Before Revision)

If Webdar revises its privacy policy, it will notify you in advance through the “Notice”. However, if there is a significant impact on the rights of the user, such as changes in the items of personal information collected or the purpose of use, etc., the user's consent may be obtained again if necessary.

Announcement Date | May 2, 2022

Implementation Date | May 2, 2022