Effective Date: July 22, 2016
2. INFORMATION WE RECEIVE AND/OR COLLECT
2.1 We collect information from a number of sources. First, users can log into Vonvon website using authentication services of third parties.
2.1.1 If you use your Facebook user name and password to log into our website, we receive the following types of information about you from Facebook:
We receive your gender and information about whether you are 21 or older only if these data elements are viewable by the public according to your Facebook privacy settings. We receive your Facebook email address if you consent to sharing it with us using the Facebook consent box.
2.1.2 If you use your Twitter username to log into our website, we receive your Twitter username from Twitter and your Twitter profile picture.
2.1.3 Vonvon works together with other social networks, such as Kakaostory and Band. If you use your login credentials to log into the Vonvon website, then the social network will share your user name on that social network with Vonvon.
2.2 Second, we receive and/or collect other types of data and information about users when they user our website. For instance, we receive users’ input in response to quiz or personality test questions. We make no attempt to link your quiz answers or personality test choices or results to individual identities.
2.3. Third, we receive your Facebook app-scoped ID. The app-scoped ID is a unique identifier for a user, which is unique to a given application. Thus, the app-scoped ID we receive is only used for Vonvon, and we cannot identify our user’s Facebook user ID (Facebook-assigned unique identifier), with this app-scoped ID. Facebook does not share with us the link between an app-scoped ID and a Facebook user ID.
2.4. Except for the information described above, we do not receive any other information from social networks used for login purposes. In accordance with social media service features, we may show the information that social media service provider directly provide to your device. However we do not receive or store that information.
2.5. Children under 13 years of age are not eligible to use our services or webiste, and we collect no information from them.
3. COLLECTION OF INFORMATION BY COOKIES
3.2 You have an option to enable or disable cookies. You may configure your browser to accept all cookies, get an alert before accepting cookies, or disable all cookies. Please bear in mind that you will not be able to access some of the content or services requiring a login process if you disable cookies.
4. USE OF COLLECTED INFORMATION
We will use user data collected as described above solely with the objective of providing you with content and services, unless we obtain your prior consent for another purpose. We may use your user data to communicate with you. Our communications may relate to our products and services. For instance, we will use your email address for purposes of sending your notices and news about our products and services.
We may use personal information for the following general purposes: (a) identification; (b) establishment and maintenance of our relationship with you, (c) to provide you with products and services, (d) to respond to your requests and inquiries, (e) marketing purposes, including but not limited to providing you with advertisements that match your interests and including you in the distribution of our newsletter; (f) providing information to third-party administrators or other providers necessary to optimize our services and operation of our website; (g) maintaining business records for reasonable periods, and generally managing and administering our business; (h) meeting legal, regulatory, insurance, security, and processing requirements and court or administrative orders; and (i) otherwise with consent or as permitted or required by law.
If you wish to opt out of any marketing communications from us, use any opt-out feature or link in our communication or please contact the person listed in Section 11 below.
5. SHARING INFORMATION WITH A THIRD PARTY
The user data we collect may be disclosed to: (a) our employees, agents, representatives, advisors, affiliates, and independent contractors, in connection with providing products or their performance of services for or on behalf of our customers; and (b) service providers who help us with our business operations, sales and marketing, information technology, or professional services and who have committed to maintaining the confidentiality of such user data.
Otherwise, we will never sell or disclose user data to a third party in a personally identifiable way. Nonetheless, we may sell, transfer, or otherwise share some or all of our assets in connection with a merger, acquisition, reorganization, or sale of assets of our business, or in the event of bankruptcy. These assets may include the user data collected as described above.
We use certain third party service providers to host and maintain customer information that we receive from you. In specific, we use Google App Engine to host our website and service and collect and maintain customer information collected by our website and service. Also, we may share aggregate data with our advertisers from time to time. The information shared with advertisers does not identify individuals.
Finally, we may disclose personal information when required by a subpoena, court order, search warrant, other legal process, requests by law enforcement agencies, or applicable law. Moreover, we may disclose personal information to the extent necessary to maintain the security of our websites, resolve disputes, or investigate possible misconduct.
6. THIRD PARTY WEBSITE LINKS AND FEATURES
7. THE PERIOD OF RETENTION AND THE PROCEDURE FOR DESTRUCTION OF INFORMATION
After fulfilling the purpose of collection and use of user data, the data will be retained for a certain period of time to the extent required under applicable law and regulations before being destroyed. Any destruction of data will be subject to any evidence preservation requirements under applicable law. The information we retain as required by the applicable laws is as follows.
8. THE RIGHT OF USER AND HIS OR HER LEGAL REPRESENTATIVE
You (or your legal guardian if you are under 18 years of age) may review user data we have collected about you at any time. Please contact the person identified in Section 11 below to review such data. Following your review, we will correct or update any inaccurate data in our records.
9. PROTECTION OF INFORMATION
We will take reasonable measures to ensure that user data we collect, use, disclose, or otherwise process is protected and not used or disclosed for purposes other than as directed by Vonvon. In specific, Vonvon is committed to maintaining reasonable and appropriate administrative, physical, and technical safeguards to:
(a) Provide assurances of the integrity and confidentiality of user data collected as described above.
(b) Protect user data against any reasonably anticipated threats or hazards to the security or integrity of such user data, and unauthorized uses or disclosures of user data, and
(c) Maintain compliance with the legal framework of requirements for the privacy and security of user data.
11. PERSON IN CHARGE OF PROTECTION OF INFORMATION
In order to protect information and handle their complaints related to the Vonvon’s use of information, the Vonvon designates the relevant department and Personal Information Management Officer as below. If you have any complaints in regards to personal information while using the service, please report it to the Personal Information Management Officer or Personal Information Protection Officer, we will review your complaint. Our privacy team will look into your complaint and provide a response. You will need to provide sufficient information for us to evaluate your complaint and we may ask you to provide additional information as a condition of evaluating your complaint.
Name: Keehyun Gweon
E-mail: [email protected]