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Smartphone Key Terms and Conditions.
Article 1 [Purpose)
This Agreement shall be governed by the terms and conditions of use of the Internet Homepage Service (hereinafter referred to as the "Service") provided by the NPI (hereinafter referred to as the "Company") under the Telecommunications Business Act and the Enforcement Decree of the Act, Rights, duties and responsibilities of the Company.

Article 2 (Effect and Revision of the Terms)
1. This Agreement shall become effective upon notice through the homepage after notification procedures are made in accordance with Article 31 of the Telecommunications Business Act, Article 21-2 of the Enforcement Rule of this Law, or by notifying users by e-mail or other means.
2. The Company may revise these Terms and Conditions without prior notice, and the revised Terms will be announced in the manner set forth in Article 9. If a member does not agree with the revised terms, he / she can cancel his / her membership (withdrawal of membership). The revised terms and conditions will take effect at the same time as the notice.

Article 3 (Rules other than the Terms)
Items not specified in these Terms and Conditions are subject to the provisions of the Telecommunications Basic Act, Telecommunications Business Act, and other relevant laws and regulations.

Article 4 (Definition of terms)
Terms used in these terms are as follows.
1. Member: A person who has provided personal information to the service by registering as a member, and is able to receive and use the information of the service continuously.
2. Users: Members and non-members who receive services provided by the Company in accordance with these Terms and Conditions.
3. ID: A combination of letters and numbers selected by the member and approved by the company for member identification and member service use.
4. Password: A combination of letters and numbers selected by the member to protect his / her confidentiality in communication.
5. E-mail: It is mail through the Internet.
6. Termination: A declaration by the Company or Member to terminate the use agreement after the use of the Service.
7. Homepage: This is a virtual service space that is set up so that users can browse and use information and communication facilities such as computers to provide services to users.

Article 5 (Provision and Change of Service)
1. The services provided by the company are as follows.
1) Publicity contents about the company
2) Products sold by the company
3) Other information provided by other companies
4) Customer consultation service
5) Membership Service
2. The Company may add or change the contents of the Services if necessary.

Article 6 (Suspension of Service)
1. The Company may temporarily suspend the provision of services in the event of maintenance, replacement or breakdown of information and communication equipment such as computers, or loss of communication.
2. In case of discontinuance of service under Paragraph 1, the user shall be notified in the manner set forth in Article 9.
3. The Company shall not compensate for damages incurred by the user or a third party due to temporary interruption in the provision of the service for the reasons stated in Paragraph 1 above. However, if the Company has intentional or gross negligence, this shall not apply.

Article 7 (Membership)
1. The user applies for membership by filling in the member information according to the company's designated sign-up form and signifying that he / she agrees with these terms.
2. User must be registered with his / her real name and can apply for membership of 1 resident registration number.
3. The Company shall register as a member of the users who apply to join as a member,
1) If the name is not a real name
2) If there is false information, missing information,
3) In case of application using the name of another person
4) If the applicant has lost his or her previous membership status pursuant to Article 8 (3) of this Agreement (if he / she has passed three years after the loss of membership under Article 8 (3) Exceptions are made if they are obtained.)
5) Children under 14 years of age
6) If the other member does not meet the requirements of the company's prescribed use application
4. The time for establishing the membership contract shall be when the consent of the company reaches the user.
5. If there is any change in the registration details pursuant to Article 10 (1), the member shall directly modify and register the changes through the membership information change item.

Article 8 (Withdrawal from membership and loss of qualification)
1. Members may request membership withdrawal at any time, and the homepage will respond immediately.
2. If a member falls under any of the following grounds, the Company may limit and suspend membership.
1) If you register false information at the time of application
2) Threatening the service operation order by interfering with the use of others' services or stealing the information
3) If you use the service to prohibit the laws and regulations and this agreement, or if you do something contrary to public order
4) Failure to comply with the obligation of the member stated in Article 13
3. Company may lose membership if the same activity is repeated more than once after the Company has restricted / suspended membership, or if the reason is not corrected within 30 days.
4. If the company loses membership, notify the member and process the withdrawal. In this case, we will notify the member and give them an opportunity to call before leaving.

Article 9 (Notice to User)
1. When the Company notifies the User, it may do so at the e-mail address submitted by the User to the Service.
2. If the company notifies the unspecified number of users, it can substitute for individual notice by posting on the service bulletin board for more than one week.

Article 10 (Protection of Personal Information)
1. The Company collects the minimum information required by the Company when collecting user information.
The following items are mandatory and others are optional.
1) Name
2) Resident Registration Number
3) Hope ID
4) Password
5) E-mail
6) Address
7) Telephone number
8) Favor subscription
2. When collecting personally identifiable information of the user, the company must obtain the consent of the user.
3. Personal information provided to the third party without the consent of the user can not be provided, and the company is responsible for all this. However, with the exception of the following cases.
1) In case of providing the minimum number of user information (name, address, telephone number) required for delivery to the shipper in the delivery business
2) When it is necessary for statistical writing, academic research or market research, it is necessary to provide a specific individual in an unidentifiable form
3) Requested by a government agency under relevant laws and regulations
4) If there is a criminal purpose for the crime, or if the information communication ethics committee requests
5) If there is a request according to the procedures set forth in other relevant laws and regulations
4. The user can view and correct the personal information of the company at any time.
5. A third party who receives personal information from the Company will destroy the personal information without delay when the purpose of receiving the personal information is achieved.

Article 11 (Obligations of the Company)
1. The Company shall make every effort to provide services continuously and reliably as stipulated in these Terms and Conditions.
2. The Company shall maintain and repair the facilities related to the service at all times and shall make every effort to repair / repair the failure without delay.
3. The Company shall have a security system to protect the user's personal information so that the user can use the service safely.
4. The Company will not send you any commercial e-mails that you do not want.

Article 12 (Obligations to Members' ID and Password)
1. Members are responsible for the management of the ID and password given to the member. Members are responsible for all the consequences resulting from the negligence of management and fraud.
2. If a member recognizes that his / her ID and password are stolen or used by a third party, he / she shall notify the company immediately and shall follow the instructions of the company, if any.

Article 13 (Membership Obligations)
1. The member must abide by the related matters such as related laws and regulations, the provisions of this agreement, instructions for use and precautions, and should not interfere with other company's business.
2. Members may not use the service without prior consent of the Company to make any profit.
3. Members may not copy, reproduce, change, translate, publish, broadcast or otherwise use the information obtained from the service without the Company's prior consent or provide it to others.
4. The member must change his / her personal information immediately. Members are responsible for all the consequences of not modifying the member information.
5. The Member shall not engage in any of the following acts in connection with the use of the Service, and the Member shall be responsible for all the consequences of the following acts:
1) Misuse of another member's ID
2) Acquiring another member's e-mail address and sending out spam
3) Acts related to criminal activity or other criminal activity
4) Acts that harmful goodwill and other social order
5) To defame or insult the reputation of the company and others;
6) Acts that infringe the intellectual property right of company and others
7) Acts of hacking or spreading computer virus
8) Continuously transmit certain contents such as advertisement information against the intention of others
9) Any act that may interfere with or prevent the stable operation of the service
10) Changing the contents of the services provided by the Company
11) Acts that violate other related laws and regulations

Article 14 (Deleting a post)
1. The Company may delete a post without prior notice if the post within the service posted or registered by the user violates the provisions of Article 13 or falls under any of the following items:
1) Content that defames another user or a third party by defamation or slander.
2) Contents that violate public order or morals
3) What is recognized as being connected with criminal activity
4) Contents that infringe other rights such as copyright of third party
5) Contents that may interfere with or reduce the stable operation of the service
6) The accused or dissemination of testimony without evidence or confirmation
7) The contents that are judged to be violated in accordance with other relevant laws and regulations
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