When using the MAX Express Service (hereinafter referred to as “MAX”), you, as the sender, agree to these terms and conditions from the moment MAX accepts your shipment, unless you have made a different written agreement with an authorized MAX manager. Your legal rights and authority are not affected by the specific type of service (even if additional costs were incurred).

  1. Customs, Export, and Import MAX can perform the following activities on behalf of the sender to provide express delivery services: (1) Prepare documents, correct product or service codes, or pay customs duties or taxes as required by relevant laws or regulations. (2) Act as an agent for the sender for export customs clearance and export management purposes, or as the consignee for appointing a customs broker for the recipient’s import customs and registration duties. (3) Transfer goods to a third party if deemed reasonably authorized, under the following circumstances: – If the recipient at the final delivery address is absent. – If security issues at the final delivery address prevent direct handover to the recipient (e.g., mailroom, security office).

  2. Non-Acceptable Items for Transport The following items are not accepted for transport:

    • Items prohibited or restricted by IATA (International Air Transport Association), ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization), relevant government agencies, or other authorities, such as poisons or hazardous materials.
    • Items not declared to customs, despite customs regulations.
    • Items deemed unsafe or illegal to transport, including but not limited to animals, cash, negotiable instruments, precious metals, explosives, military supplies, human remains, pornography, and illegal drugs.
  3. Delivery and Undeliverable Shipments Shipments are delivered to the address provided by the sender (for postal services, the initial receiving post office). The recipient does not need to be an individual. Shipments designated to a central receiving area will be delivered to that area. In cases of undeliverable shipments, MAX will make reasonable efforts to return the shipment to the sender, and any related service costs or administrative fees will be charged to the sender if:

    • The recipient refuses to accept the shipment.
    • The recipient refuses to pay the associated costs (e.g., shipping, customs duties).
    • The shipment is deemed unacceptable by the destination country’s customs regulations or issues arise with customs clearance (e.g., undervaluation).
  4. Inspection MAX may open and inspect shipments without prior notice to the sender.

  5. Chargeable Weight The chargeable weight is the greater of the actual weight or the volumetric weight, calculated as (length x width x height in cm) / 5000. The weight (actual or volumetric) is determined based on measurements taken at the carrier’s warehouse.

  6. Rates and Charges Rates are calculated and billed based on the greater of the actual or volumetric weight, with re-measurement for accurate billing if necessary. The sender must transfer the determined and notified shipping charges to the bank account designated by MAX before shipment. Additional costs such as customs duties and taxes at the destination must be paid within 7 days of receiving the invoice or within another period agreed upon in writing with MAX. Without other proof, invoices are considered received within 3 business days of the issue date.

  7. MAX’s Liability MAX and the sender agree that MAX’s liability is strictly limited to direct loss and to the extent defined in clause 6 per kilogram/pound. Loss of profits, interest, future business, or any other type of loss or damage, even if special and indirect, are excluded. If air, land, or other forms of transport are used, loss or damage is presumed to occur during air transport unless proven otherwise. MAX’s liability is limited to USD 100 per shipment or the actual value, whichever is less, with the following specific limits:

    • For air transport, USD 20 per kilogram or USD 9.07 per pound.
    • For land transport (excluding the US), USD 10 per kilogram or USD 4.54 per pound. Claims for shipment compensation are limited to one per shipment and serve as full and final settlement for loss or damage. If the sender considers the compensation limit insufficient, they must declare the actual value and request insurance coverage as per clause 8 or arrange their own insurance.
  8. Claims for Compensation Claims for damage must be submitted in writing to MAX within 14 days of receipt by the recipient. Claims for delay or loss must be submitted within 21 days. Failure to comply with these time frames absolves MAX of responsibility.

  9. Insurance for Shipments If requested and the applicable premium is paid, insurance can be arranged for the actual cash value of loss or damage to the shipment. The insurance does not cover indirect losses, damages, or losses caused by delays.

  10. Delays in Shipments MAX will make every effort to deliver the shipment according to the usual schedule. However, MAX is not responsible for delays unless caused by its fault, and its liability does not exceed the limits defined in clause 6. MAX is not responsible for consequential, indirect, or special damages due to delays.

  11. Circumstances Beyond Control MAX is not liable for loss or damage caused by circumstances beyond its control, including but not limited to:

  • Natural disasters: earthquakes, storms, floods, fog.
  • Acts of war, plane crashes, port blockades.
  • The inherent nature or defects of the goods, even if notified to MAX.
  • Riots or civil unrest.
  • Acts or omissions by entities other than MAX, including:
    • The sender or recipient.
    • Third parties with an interest in the shipment, such as customs brokers or agents.
    • Customs or other regulatory officials.
  • Strikes.
  • Damage or loss to electronic devices or media due to electrical or magnetic forces.
  1. Warsaw and Montreal Conventions If the shipment involves air transport to a destination outside the originating country or includes a stopover in another country, the Warsaw or Montreal Conventions may apply. These conventions regulate and limit the carrier’s liability for loss or damage in most cases.

  2. Sender’s Warranty and Indemnity The sender must ensure that MAX does not suffer loss or damage due to failure to comply with relevant laws, regulations, or warranties. The sender guarantees that:

  • Information provided by the sender or their agent is accurate and complete.
  • Goods are securely stored by the sender’s employees.
  • The sender employs reliable staff for preparing the shipment.
  • There is no unauthorized interference with the shipment during preparation, storage, or delivery to MAX.
  • Shipments are properly sealed, labeled, and packed for normal handling.
  • All customs and legal requirements are met.
  • Invoices are signed by the sender’s authorized agent, and the terms are binding on the sender.
  1. Transport Routes The sender agrees to the possibility of shipments being routed through intermediate points during transport.

  2. Governing Law Any disputes arising from these terms and conditions fall under the jurisdiction of the country of origin’s courts, and its laws will govern. The sender consents to this jurisdiction unless prohibited by relevant laws.

  3. Severability The invalidity or unenforceability of any part of these terms does not affect the validity of the remaining provisions.

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When you register as a customer, you can manage various services with your customer ID, minimizing complicated application and verification procedures and allowing you to access a variety of services with a single click. Please be sure to read the customer terms and conditions before applying for registration. Note that customer registration is limited to new customers.

[Chapter 1: General Provisions]

Article 1 (Purpose)
These terms and conditions are intended to set forth the basic terms and conditions and procedures between MGL (hereinafter “Company”) and the subscriber who applies for customer registration (hereinafter “Customer”) to use the services provided by the Company (hereinafter “Services”).

Article 2 (Effect and Changes to the Terms and Conditions)

  1. These terms and conditions become effective by being posted on the service menu and the Company’s website or by notifying the Customer through other means, for all users who wish to use the Services, including registered customers.
  2. The Company may change these terms and conditions if reasonable reasons arise. If the terms are changed, the Company will immediately announce or notify the changes in the same manner as specified in paragraph 1.

Article 3 (Application and Standards of Terms and Conditions)
The use of the Services provided by MGL is subject to these terms and conditions. Matters not specified in these terms and conditions are governed by the Telecommunications Basic Act, the Telecommunications Business Act, the Act on Promotion of Information and Communications Network Utilization and Information Protection, etc., and other relevant laws.

Article 4 (Definitions of Terms)
Definitions of terms used in these terms and conditions are as follows:

  1. Hosting Service: Utilizing the Company’s network or system to allocate a certain space on a server or to exclusively use a server to implement selected functions on the internet, using the basic and additional features provided by the Company.
  2. Domain: An internet address system composed of combinations of letters and numbers, indicating the location of a specific computer or computer area corresponding to a specific IP address.
  3. Korean Internet Address: An internet address system, commonly known as internet keywords, provided by Netpia, which consists of combinations of letters (Korean, English, etc.), numbers, or symbols, and directly links to a specific computer or computer area corresponding to an IP address or domain name.
  4. Server: Internet equipment configured to allow the Customer to operate and manage a homepage.
  5. Customer: In principle, a Customer refers to the individual who agrees to these terms and conditions, fills out their personal information in the Company’s online customer registration form, and receives an ID and password.
  6. ID: A combination of letters and numbers selected by the Customer and approved by the Company for customer identification and service use.
  7. Password: A combination of letters and numbers set by the Customer to protect their confidentiality.
  8. Operator, Administrator: An individual designated by the Company to manage and operate all or part of the Services.
  9. Termination: The termination of the service agreement after the commencement of services by the Company or the Customer.
  10. Billing Responsible Person: A person obligated to pay all charges under the terms and conditions to the Company, in solidarity with the service customer. In principle, this person is the service customer, but the Company may recognize another person as the billing responsible person.

Article 5 (Contents of the Services)
The Company provides the Customer with services developed by the Company itself, services developed by other companies, and various other services separately determined by the Company. However, the provision schedule and method for each service may be changed, delayed, or not provided due to the Company’s circumstances.

[Chapter 2: Service Use Agreement]

Article 6 (Formation of the Use Agreement)

  1. When the Customer clicks the “Agree” button in response to the registration application questions, it is considered that the Customer agrees to these terms and conditions.
  2. The use agreement is formed when the Company accepts the Customer’s registration application as specified in Article 7.

Article 7 (Application for Use)

  1. The Company informs the Customer who wishes to use the Services about the main contents of these terms and conditions and processes the registration after obtaining the Customer’s consent.
  2. The Company collects the minimum personal information required to establish and perform the service contract by lawful and fair means, including ID, password, name, address, resident registration number, phone number, and other necessary items recognized by the Company.
  3. All information entered in the registration application by the Customer must be based on actual data. Customers who input false information will not be legally protected and may be restricted from using the Services, for which the Company is not responsible.
  4. The Customer must submit the following documents directly or via mail, fax, or online in a manner recognized by the Company:
    1. Service application (written/applied on the Company’s website)
    2. A copy of the business registration certificate of the billing responsible person (if a tax invoice is required)
  5. If the applicant is a minor under 14, a quasi-incompetent person, or an incompetent person, the application and billing responsible person must be the parent or legal guardian, and a separate use agreement can be applied for.

Article 8 (Consent to Use Customer Information)

  1. Applying for registration according to these terms and conditions is considered as consent for the Company to use the Customer’s information recorded on the registration application for service provision and the application of the Company’s privacy policy to the collected information.
  2. The Customer can request to view, modify, add, or delete personal information at any time through the “Request for Information Correction.”

Article 9 (Approval of Use Application)

  1. The Company can approve the use application unless it falls under the cases specified in paragraphs 2 and 3. The use of some services may be restricted depending on the information entered.
  2. The Company may withhold approval of the use application in the following cases:
    1. When there is no spare capacity in the service facilities
    2. When it is technically impossible to provide the service
    3. When approval of use is difficult due to other circumstances of the Company
  3. The Company may not approve the use application in the following cases:
    1. When the application is made under another person’s name or the name is not real
    2. When false documents are attached or false information is entered in the application
    3. When the applicant is registered as a delinquent under the Act on the Use and Protection of Credit Information, such as for PC communication or internet services
    4. When the application is made with the intention of disturbing social order or public morals
    5. When the applicant is registered as a bad user of PC communication or internet services by the Information and Communication Ethics Committee
    6. When the application does not meet the Company’s use application requirements
  4. If the use application is not approved or is restricted as per paragraphs 2 and 3, the Company must immediately notify the Customer.
  5. If the applicant is a minor, the Company may restrict approval as per separate provisions.

Article 10 (Changes in Contract Matters)

  1. The Company can change the ID and information of the Customer with mutual agreement in the following cases:
    1. When the Customer’s ID is registered as a phone number or resident registration number, raising privacy concerns
    2. When the ID is offensive or against public morals
    3. When there are other reasonable grounds
  2. If there are changes in the matters entered at the time of registration application, the Customer must modify them online or through other appropriate means. The Customer is responsible for problems arising from unmodified information.

[Chapter 3: Rights and Obligations of the Contracting Parties]

Article 11 (Rights and Obligations of the Company)

  1. The Company must promptly address any opinions or complaints from the Customer deemed legitimate. If immediate handling is difficult, the Company must notify the Customer of the reason and processing schedule in writing, via email, or by phone.
  2. The Company must protect the Customer’s personal information according to the privacy policy established by the Company. However, this may not apply if lawful procedures are followed according to relevant laws.
  3. If the Company intends to use the Customer’s personal information beyond the disclosed scope or provide it to a third party, it must obtain the individual Customer’s consent.
  4. The Company must repair or restore facilities without delay in case of a breakdown or loss to provide continuous and stable services. However, in cases of natural disasters, emergencies, or other unavoidable circumstances, services may be temporarily interrupted or suspended.
  5. The Company must provide convenience in contract-related procedures and contents, such as contract conclusion, changes, and termination, to the Customer.
  6. The Company can create and use statistical data on the whole or part of the Customer’s personal information with the Customer’s prior consent and may transmit cookies to the Customer’s computer via the Services. The Customer can refuse or receive warnings about cookies by changing their browser settings, and any changes in service usage due to such settings are the Customer’s responsibility.

Article 12 (Rights and Obligations of the Customer)

  1. The Customer must not engage in the following activities while using the Services:
    1. Illegally using another Customer’s ID and password
    2. Copying, processing, translating, creating derivative works from, reproducing, performing, broadcasting, exhibiting, distributing, publishing, or providing information obtained through the Services to third parties for personal use beyond the scope of private use
    3. Damaging the honor or giving disadvantages to others
    4. Infringing the Company’s or a third party’s copyrights or other rights
    5. Distributing content that violates public order and good morals to others
    6. Engaging in activities objectively recognized as connected to crimes
    7. Registering or distributing computer viruses causing malfunction or destruction of service-related facilities
    8. Sending information that may disrupt the stable operation of the Services or sending unsolicited advertising information against the recipient’s will
    9. Engaging in activities receiving rectification demands from authoritative institutions such as the Information and Communication Ethics Committee or consumer protection organizations
    10. Engaging in election law violations receiving suspension, warning, or rectification orders from the election commission
    11. Engaging in other activities violating relevant laws
  2. The Customer must comply with these terms and conditions and the service use guide or precautions and observe matters notified or posted by the Company.
  3. Without the Company’s explicit prior consent, the Customer cannot use the Services for commercial activities and the Company is not responsible for the consequences of such violations.
  4. The Customer is liable for damages to the Company resulting from such commercial activities.
  5. The Customer cannot transfer, gift, or provide as collateral the service use rights or other contractual status to others without the Company’s prior consent.
  6. The Customer cannot use the entire or part of the service content and functions for private use without the Company’s prior approval.
  7. The Company must promptly take necessary measures if the Customer requests access to or correction of their personal information, confirming their identity.
  8. The Company can request proof of agency if a representative requests access to or correction of personal information on behalf of the Customer.
  9. The Company must establish procedures to collect and handle Customer opinions and complaints regarding personal information.

[Chapter 4: Use of the Services]

Article 13 (Customer’s Responsibilities and Liabilities for ID and Password Management)

  1. The Customer is fully responsible for managing their ID and password.
  2. If the Customer’s ID is used illegally, they must immediately notify the Company.

Article 14 (Provision of Information)
The Company may provide various information deemed necessary to the Customer during service use through email, telephone, etc.

Article 1 The Company may delete any content posted or transmitted within the service by the customer without prior notice if it is determined to fall under any of the following categories:

  1. Content that defames or slanders another customer or a third party, thereby damaging their reputation.
  2. Content that violates public order and good morals.
  3. Content recognized as being associated with criminal activities.
  4. Content that infringes on the copyrights of the Company, third parties, or other rights.
  5. Content that exceeds the posting period specified in detailed usage guidelines established by the Company.
  6. Content that is deemed to violate other relevant laws and regulations or detailed guidelines set by the Company.

Article 2 The Company may establish and implement detailed usage guidelines related to posts, and customers must register, delete, or otherwise manage their posts in accordance with these guidelines.

Article 16 (Copyright of Posts) Customers cannot commercially use the materials posted on the service, such as processing or selling the information obtained through the service.

Article 17 (Service Hours)

  1. The use of the service is based on the principle of being available 24 hours a day, year-round, as long as there are no special technical or operational issues. However, this excludes times when the Company needs to conduct regular inspections or urgent measures.
  2. The Company may divide the service into specific ranges and designate separate usage times for each range. In such cases, the Company will notify the customers in advance.

Article 18 (Responsibility for Service Use) Customers cannot engage in business activities using the service, such as selling products, unless officially recognized by the Company. This includes hacking, profiting through advertising, commercial activities through pornographic sites, and the illegal distribution of software. The Company is not responsible for any legal actions, losses, or other consequences resulting from such activities.

Article 19 (Service Suspension)

  1. The Company may suspend the service in the following cases:
  1. Unavoidable circumstances due to maintenance or construction work on service facilities.
  2. If a telecommunications service provider defined by the Telecommunications Business Act ceases to provide telecommunications services.
  3. Other force majeure circumstances.
  1. The Company may restrict or suspend part or all of the service in cases of national emergencies, power outages, facility failures, or a surge in service usage.

[Chapter 5: Termination of Contract and Usage Restrictions]

Article 20 (Termination of Contract and Usage Restrictions)

  1. If a customer wishes to terminate the service use contract, they must apply for termination online or through a separate method specified by the Company.
  2. The Company may terminate the service contract or suspend the service without prior notice if the customer engages in any of the following:
  1. Failing to fulfill customer obligations as stipulated in these terms.
  2. Intentionally interfering with service operations.
  3. Registering under a false name or company name.
  4. Providing false information such as a business registration number or corporate registration number during registration.
  5. Intentionally spreading content that violates public order and good morals.
  6. Planning or using the service for purposes detrimental to national or social interests.
  7. Distributing computer virus programs that cause malfunctions or destruction of information and communication facilities.
  8. Receiving rectification demands from external institutions like the Information and Communication Ethics Committee or being involved in illegal election activities as interpreted by the Election Commission.
  9. Violating telecommunications-related laws and other relevant regulations.
  10. Violating other usage conditions set by the Company.
  1. The Company may restrict service usage based on the customer’s conditions even after an ID and password have been issued following the conclusion of a usage contract.

Article 21 (Objections to Usage Restrictions)

  1. Customers who have had their service contract terminated or usage restricted under Article 20 can file an objection to these actions.
  2. The Company may temporarily defer the usage suspension until the verification of the objection is complete and will notify the customer of the results.
  3. If the reasons for the usage suspension are resolved during the suspension period, the Company will immediately lift the suspension.

[Chapter 6: Compensation and Others]

Article 22 (Scope and Claims for Compensation)

  1. The Company does not compensate for damages caused by force majeure events or the customer’s intentional or negligent acts.
  2. For customers using e-commerce (EC hosting) or equivalent services, compensation is governed by the regulations outlined in the previous paragraph.
  3. If a customer engages in illegal activities while using the service, leading to claims or lawsuits from third parties, the customer must strive to indemnify the Company. If the Company fails to obtain indemnity, the customer must compensate the Company for all damages incurred.

Article 23 (Disclaimer)

  1. The Company is not responsible for any expected benefits the customer did not achieve through the service or for damages resulting from the customer’s selection or use of service materials.
  2. The Company is not responsible for service usage disruptions caused by the customer’s fault.
  3. The Company is not responsible for the authenticity, reliability, or accuracy of the materials posted or transmitted by customers or received through the service.
  4. The Company is not responsible for any transactions or disputes between customers or between customers and third parties facilitated by the service.
  5. The Company is not responsible for any disputes arising between customers or between customers and third parties without the Company’s fault.

Article 24 (Dispute Resolution)

  1. In case of a dispute between the Company and the customer regarding service use, both parties must sincerely negotiate to resolve the dispute before filing a lawsuit.
  2. If the dispute cannot be resolved through negotiation, the exclusive jurisdiction is the court with jurisdiction over the location of the Company’s headquarters.

[Appendix] These terms and conditions are effective from August 1, 2010, and replace any previous terms and conditions.

MGL Co., Ltd. Privacy Policy

MGL Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as “the Company”) places great importance on customers’ personal information and complies with the “Act on Promotion of Information and Communications Network Utilization and Information Protection.” Through the privacy policy, the Company informs customers about how their personal information is used and the measures taken to protect it. If the Company revises the privacy policy, it will be notified through the website notice (or individual notice).

This policy is effective from August 1, 2010.

[Collected Personal Information Items and Purpose]

  1. Name, ID, password, resident registration number: Used for identity verification for membership services.
  2. English name, company name, contact person, registration type, registration number, email, address, phone number, mobile phone number, fax number: Used for domain registration.
  3. Email: Used for hosting, domain management, billing, and notifications.
  4. Mobile phone number: Used for text services for hosting and domain management.

[Retention and Use Period of Personal Information] The Company will destroy personal information without delay upon member withdrawal. However, if it is necessary to retain certain information for a specified period due to regulations such as the Commercial Act, the Company will retain the information for the specified period.

  • Content registered on the customer bulletin board: Permanently
  • Records of contracts or withdrawal of subscriptions: 5 years
  • Records of payments and supply of goods: 5 years
  • Records of consumer complaints or dispute resolution: 3 years
  • If the member terminates the service but continues to receive domain registration and hosting services through the Company, the minimum necessary information (domain name, contact information, applicant name, etc.) required for domain maintenance billing will be retained.

[Retention and Use Period of Personal Information] The Company will destroy personal information without delay once the purpose of collection and use is achieved. The destruction process and methods are as follows:

  1. Destruction process
  1. Information entered by members for membership, etc., will be transferred to a separate database (for paper documents, a separate document box) after the purpose is achieved and stored for a certain period in accordance with internal policies and other related laws and regulations before being destroyed.
  2. Personal information transferred to a separate database will not be used for any other purpose unless required by law.
  1. Destruction method
  1. Personal information stored in electronic file format will be deleted using technical methods that prevent the record from being reproduced.

[Entrusting Collected Personal Information] The Company does not entrust customers’ information to external companies without their consent. If such a need arises in the future, the Company will notify customers of the entrusted party and the details of the entrusted work and obtain prior consent if necessary.

[Rights of Users and Legal Representatives and Their Exercise Methods]

  1. Users can view or modify their registered personal information at any time and may request cancellation of their membership.
  2. To view or modify personal information, users can click “Change Personal Information” (or “Edit Member Information,” etc.), and to cancel membership (“Withdrawal of Consent”), click “Member Withdrawal” and go through the identity verification process. Alternatively, contact the person in charge of personal information management in writing, by phone, or by email, and we will take action without delay.
  3. If users request correction of errors in personal information, the Company will not use or provide the relevant personal information until the correction is completed. If incorrect personal information has already been provided to a third party, the Company will promptly notify the third party of the correction results so that the correction can be made.
  4. Personal information that has been canceled or deleted at the request of the user will be processed according to the “Retention and Use Period of Personal Information” and will not be viewed or used for any other purpose.

[Matters Regarding the Installation, Operation, and Rejection of Automatic Personal Information Collection Devices] The Company operates cookies to store and retrieve user information frequently. Cookies are very small text files sent to your browser by the server used to operate the Company’s website, stored on your computer’s hard disk.

The Company uses cookies for the following purposes:

  1. To analyze access frequency and visit times of members and non-members, identify user preferences and interests, track traces, and analyze the degree of participation in various events and the number of visits for target marketing and personalized services.
  2. Users have the option to install cookies. Therefore, users can allow all cookies, confirm each time a cookie is stored, or refuse to store all cookies by setting options in their web browser.

[Technical Measures to Ensure Safety] The Company takes the following technical measures to ensure the safety of personal information to prevent it from being lost, stolen, leaked, altered, or damaged:

  1. Personal information is protected by passwords, and important data is protected by separate security functions such as encrypting files and transmission data or using file lock functions.
  2. The Company uses antivirus programs to prevent damage from computer viruses. Antivirus programs are updated periodically, and if a virus suddenly appears, the Company provides the relevant program as soon as it becomes available to prevent personal information from being infringed.
  3. To prevent personal information from being leaked by hacking, etc., the Company uses a device that blocks unauthorized access from outside.

[Administrative Measures to Ensure Safety]

  1. The Company limits the access to personal information to a minimum: those who handle marketing activities directly with users, those in charge of personal information management, and others who necessarily need to handle personal information for their work.
  2. Through regular in-house training and external consignment training, the Company emphasizes the importance of personal information protection and management.
  3. The Company establishes and implements internal management plans to prevent personal information leakage or loss.
  4. The Company does not mix and store personal information with general data but stores it separately through a separate server.
  5. The Company uses separate servers for databases that process personal information to separate it from general work servers.
  6. The Company uses an intrusion prevention system to control unauthorized access from outside.
  7. The Company operates access control procedures for databases that store personal information.
  8. The Company maintains and manages access records to personal information processing systems to prevent forgery, falsification, theft, or loss of records.
  9. The Company does not use the same password for personal information processing systems as for other general systems.

[Measures to Ensure Safe Management of Personal Information] The Company takes technical, managerial, and physical measures to ensure safe management of personal information in accordance with Article 29 of the Personal Information Protection Act.

[Personal Information Protection Officer and Contact Information]

  1. The Company designates a personal information protection officer responsible for overall personal information processing and handling complaints and damage relief related to personal information processing.
  2. Users can report any complaints related to personal information protection arising from using the Company’s services to the personal information protection officer or department in charge. The Company will provide prompt and sufficient responses to users’ reports.

[Personal Information Protection Officer]

  • Name: Sun-ah, Kim
  • Position: Personal Information Protection Officer
  • Contact Information: 02-2648-321, max@mglogis.co.kr

[Changes to Privacy Policy] The privacy policy is effective from the date of implementation, and if there are any additions, deletions, or modifications of changes in the law, the Company will notify users through notices at least seven days before the changes take effect.

[Remedies for Infringement of Rights and Interests] Users may seek remedies for personal information protection infringements by applying to the Personal Information Dispute Mediation Committee, the Korea Internet & Security Agency’s Personal Information Infringement Report Center, or other related institutions. The following organizations are available for personal information-related complaints or consultation:

  1. Personal Information Dispute Mediation Committee

    • www.1336.or.kr/1336
  2. Korea Internet & Security Agency’s Personal Information Infringement Report Center

    • www.eprivacy.or.kr/02-580-0533~4
  3. Supreme Prosecutors’ Office Cyber Investigation Division

    • https://icic.sppo.go.kr/02-3480-3600
  4. National Police Agency Cyber Bureau

    • www.ctrc.go.kr/02-392-0330

[Effective Date] This privacy policy is effective from August 1, 2010.

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