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Privacy Notice
This is a guide to smart phone key privacy policy processing.
'NPI' (hereinafter 'the Company') respects your personal information and abides by the Act on Promotion of Information Network Usage and Information Protection.
The Company will disclose the personal information provided through the Personal Information Protection Policy to the purpose and manner in which the personal information provided by the customer is used and what measures are being taken to protect personal information.
The company will notify you through the website announcement (or individual notice) when revising the privacy policy.

ο This policy will be effective as of November 11, 2010.
■ Personal information items to collect
The company collects the following personal information for membership registration, counseling, service application and so on.

ο Items to be collected: name, date of birth, login ID, password, home phone number, home address, mobile phone number, email, social security number, access log, cookie,
ο How to collect personal information: Homepage (npikorea.co.kr)
■ Collection and use of personal information
The Company uses the collected personal information for the following purposes.

ο Fulfillment of contracts related to service provision and settlement of fees due to service provision
Content Delivery
ο Member Management
It is also possible to check the identity of the legal representative when collecting personal information of children under the age of 14, to handle complaints such as complaints, Forward notices
ο Apply to marketing and advertising
Statistics about events such as events, advertising information transmission, frequency of access or use of services by members
■ Retention and use period of personal information
Once the purpose of collecting and using personal information has been achieved, the Company will immediately terminate the information without exception.
■ Procedures and methods of destroying personal information
In principle, after the purpose of collecting and using personal information is achieved, the company will immediately destroy the information.
The procedure and method of destruction are as follows.

ο Destruction procedure
The information entered by the member for membership is transferred to a separate DB after the purpose has been accomplished (in the case of paper, separate document). According to the internal policy and other relevant laws and regulations, Period is saved and discarded.
Personal information transferred to a separate DB will not be used for any other purpose other than that held by law.

ο How to destroy
- Personal information stored in an electronic file is deleted using a technical method that can not play the record.
■ Providing personal information
In principle, the Company does not provide the user's personal information to the outside. However, except as follows.

- Users have agreed in advance
- In accordance with the provisions of laws and regulations or for the purpose of investigation, if there is a request from the investigating agency in accordance with procedures and methods prescribed in the Act.
■ Consignment of collected personal information
The company will not entrust your information to outside companies without your consent. In the event that such a need arises in the future, we will notify you of the entrusted person and the details of the entrusted business, and will receive prior consent, if necessary.
■ Rights of users and legal representatives and how to exercise them
You and your legal representative may at any time, view or modify your personal information or the personal information of children under the age of 14, and may ask you to terminate your registration.
To view or modify the personal information of a user or a child under the age of 14, click "Leave membership" to cancel the membership change (or "Change membership information") You can view, correct or withdraw directly after signing up, or contact the person in charge of personal information management in writing, by phone or email.
If you request correction of errors in your personal information, we will not use or provide the personal information until we have completed the correction. Also, if wrong personal information has already been provided to a third party, we will notify the third party without delay and correct the processing result.
The New Paradigm Institute will treat personal information that has been terminated or deleted at the request of the user or legal representative as described in the "Period of Retention and Use of Personal Information Collected by the New Paradigm Institute" and not for any other purpose We are doing.
■ Matters concerning the installation, operation and rejection of the automatic collection device of personal information
The company operates "cookies" that store and find your information from time to time. Cookies are small text files sent to your browser by the server used to run the website and stored on your computer's hard disk The company uses cookies for the following purposes:

▶ Purpose of use such as cookie
- Provides targeted marketing and personalized service through analyzing frequency of visitors and non-members' access frequency and time of visit, identifying user's taste and interests, traceability,

You have the option of installing cookies. Therefore, you may allow all cookies by setting options in your web browser, check each time a cookie is saved, or refuse to save all cookies.

▶ How to decline cookie setting
Example: To decline cookies, you can either accept all cookies, check each time you save cookies, or refuse to save all cookies by selecting the option for your web browser.

Setup Method Example (for Internet Explorer): Tools> Internet Options> Privacy at the top of your web browser

However, if you refuse to install cookies, it may be difficult to provide services.
■ Civil Service on Personal Information
In order to protect customer's personal information and to deal with complaints related to personal information, the company appoints the related department and personal information manager as follows.

Customer Service Department: npikorea
Phone: 02-2646-2001
Email: npidirector@gmail.com

Person in Charge of Personal Information Name: npikorea
Phone: 02-2646-2001
Email: npidirector@gmail.com
You may declare any privacy complaints that may arise as a result of your use of the Company's services to the person in charge of Personal Information Management or your department. The Company will respond promptly to the users' complaints.

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

1. Personal Information Infringement Notification Center (www.1336.or.kr)
2. Information Protection Mark Certification Committee (www.eprivacy.or.kr/02-580-0533-4)
3. Internet Crime Investigation Center (http://icic.sppo.go.kr/02-3480-3600)
4. The Cyber ​​Terror Response Center (www.ctrc.go.kr/02-392-0330)    
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