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Terms of Use

1. Purpose

The purpose of these Terms of Use is to establish material matters between members and CJ Group (“Company”) with regard to the use of services provided by the Company (“Service”).

2. Definition

  1. (1) Member refers to a person who has signed a service agreement with the Company (sign up for membership).
  2. (2) Member ID refers to a combination of letters and numbers directly set and entered by the user for member identification and service use purposes.
  3. (3) Password refers to a combination of letters and numbers directly set and entered by the user to protect member information and provide personalized information services.
  4. (4) Administrator refers to a staff member of the Company who is responsible for the overall management and operation of the Service.

3. Membership application and approval

You can apply for membership by entering your information in the form provided by the Company, and the Company provides the Service by approving the application.

4. Required fields in membership application

When you sign up, you must fill in the following fields.

  1. (1) Name
  2. (2) ID/password
  3. (3) Email address
  4. (4) Birth of date
  5. (5) Valid phone number
  6. (6) Other items required for the Company to provide the information considered necessary to promote the rights and interests of members.

5. Approving and withholding membership application

  1. (1) The Company will authorize the use of the Service only to users who faithfully fill in each field specified in Article 4 and agree to this Terms of Use.
  2. (2) The Company may withhold the approval of a membership application in any of the following cases:
    • 1. Any technical failure that makes the Service unavailable.
    • 2. When the Company deems it necessary to do so.
  3. (3) The Company may withdraw or reject approval in any of the following cases:
    • 1. The applicant has filled in any of the fields specified in Article 4 with false information.
    • 2. The applicant has applied for membership using someone else’s name.
    • 3. The applicant is reasonably considered to be likely to disrupt public order or morals.
    • 4. The applicant is reasonably considered to be likely to do inappropriate acts as a member.
      1. ② The notification and consent method shall be notified at least 30 days in advance through the notice on the initial screen of the 'Party A' and also individually notified at least once using email, etc. and in the case of a sale or merger, the procedure shall be carried out only by the active consent method (directly expressing the intention to provide and share personal information to a third party).
      2. ③ The following are exceptions.
        • - If there are special provisions in other laws, such as the Protection Of Communications Secrets Act, the Framework Act on National Taxes, the Act on Promotion of Information and Communications Network Utilization and Information Protection, the Act on Real Name Financial Transactions and Confidentiality, the Credit Information Use and Protection Act, the Framework Act on Telecommunications, Telecommunications Business Act, the Local Tax Act, the Framework Act on Consumers, the Bank of Korea Act, and the Criminal Procedure Act. However, the Company will not unconditionally provide your personal information even if it is requested by an administrative or law enforcement agency for administrative or investigative purposes in accordance with special provisions in the law, and will provide it in accordance with due process, such as through a warrant or a written document signed by the head of the agency as stipulated by law.
        • - When the Company provides de-identified information to advertisers, partners, or research organizations for statistical, academic, or market research purposes.
        • - Even under these exceptions, basic notification is provided if we are required to do so by applicable law or at the request of a law enforcement agency. However, we may sometimes not be able to do so due to legal reasons.
        • - We will endeavor to ensure that information is not provided indiscriminately, contrary to the original purpose of collection and use.

6. Updating member information

In order to use the Service and provide information seamlessly, a member should faithfully manage his/her information, and update it if there are any changes.

7. Membership withdrawal and restrictions

  1. (1) A member who wants to withdraw from his/her membership must submit an application for withdrawal online.
  2. (2) Personal information a member entered when he/she signed up will be deleted as soon as the request for withdrawal is made but the information related to recruitment collected in CJ Group’s recruitment process (including document screening results, test results, and interview results) will be retained in the Company's database for references for future recruitments.
  3. (3) The Company may terminate a service agreement with a member without any prior notice only if the member has conducted any of the following acts.
    • 1. He/she has conducted any activity that disrupts public order or public morals.
    • 2. He/she has uploaded any illegal postings that violate the rights, etc. of others.
    • 3. He/she has provided false information including personal information.
    • 4. He/she has signed up for membership using somebody else’s name. (However, a person whose name has been stolen may be allowed to join at the discretion of the Company.)
    • 5. He/she has interfered with the operation of this Site with various illegal methods.
    • 6. He/she has used information he/she obtained in the course of using the Service for commercial purposes or disclosed it without permission.
    • 7. He/she has caused harm to other members or to the Company.
  4. (4) The Company may restrict a member whose service agreement has been terminated (membership withdrawal) in accordance with Article 7(2) hereof from signing a service agreement (sign up for membership) for up to two (2) years.

8. Provision of information and services

  1. (1) Where it is considered necessary to provide to improve the rights and interests of members, the Company may send various information to them through email, phone, and mail, etc., using the personal information they entered when they signed up.
  2. (2) In principle, the Company provides Services 24/7 but may suspend them without prior notice if there is any uncontrollable reason, such as periodic maintenance or repair, suspension of services by any key telecommunications service provider pursuant to the Telecommunications Business Act, and natural disasters.

9. Obligations for management of personal information, etc.

  1. (1) The Company will not disclose a member's personal information it has collected to provide Services to any third party without the member's approval, unless providing such information is lawfully demanded by any government authority or recognized as being needed for public interest.
  2. (2) The Company is obliged to ensure that members can use Services seamlessly, and to use members' personal information only for the purpose of improving services for members.

10. Members’ obligations related to the use of Services

  1. (1) A member is solely responsible for any exposure of his/her ID and password and consequent damage caused by his/her negligence.
  2. (2) A member's right to access Services is limited to him/her, and the Company may delete the ID of a member at its own discretion if the member transfers or lends Services to a third party. In particular, a member is solely responsible for any illegal transfer or lending of Services.
  3. (3) When a member uses Services, he/she is not allowed to do any of the following acts:
    • 1. Using somebody else’s email address illegally.
    • 2. Commercially using information he/she acquired in the course of using Services or exposing it to a third party, such as publishers and broadcasters, without permission of the information owner or the Company.
    • However, a member may do so for the purpose of public interest or improvement of his/her rights and interests only by requesting consultation to the Company and obtaining its permission.
    • 3. Uploading any post that violates the rights and interest of a third party, such as copyrights.
    • 4. Interfering with the operation of the Company's Site.
    • 5. Distributing information, texts, pictures, etc. to others that violate social public order or undermine public morals.
  4. (4) Members should cooperate faithfully with the Company's efforts to improve its services for them.

11. Responsibilities and rights for posted and stored materials

  1. (1) A member is responsible for the software, programs, information, messages, data, documents, pictures, images, texts, sounds, personal information, etc. that he/she posts on the Site, and is also responsible for any damage caused by other illegal acts, such as copyright infringement.
  2. (2) The Company should endeavor faithfully to manage the materials posted or stored on the Site.
  3. (3) The copyright of all materials stored or posted on the Site belongs to the registrant of such materials, but the copyright of the registrant is not recognized for any materials of others taken from outside the Site.
  4. (4) A member may not remove, alter, reproduce, post, transmit, link, or distribute programs, etc. without due authority or the permission of the copyright holder of such programs, nor may they change or conceal the real name or anonymity of the copyright holder or change the title of such programs and post or publish without the permission of the copyright holder.
  5. (5) The Company may use all materials and postings stored or posted on the Site for publication, CD-ROM production, etc. by obtaining the consent of the member who posted them.

12. Indemnification and damages

  1. (1) The Company shall be exempted from liability for any service disruption due to reasons attributable to a member.
  2. (2) The Company shall be exempted from liability for any profits or losses that a member expects to obtain by using the Service or any information or data obtained through the Service.
  3. (3) The Company shall be exempted from liability for the reliability, accuracy, etc. of the information, data, and facts posted on the Service directly by a member.
  4. (4) The Company shall not compensate, or assume the responsibility, for any consequences arising from interactions or relationships between members.
  5. (5) This Terms of Use is only applicable to members, and the Company shall be exempted from liability for any compensation, claims, etc. from third parties.
  6. (6) The Company shall be liable to a member if damages are incurred as a result of the Company's obvious intent or gross negligence.

13. Effectiveness of and changes to the Terms of Use

  1. (1) These Terms of Use shall be effective upon notification to the users.
  2. (2) Changes to the Terms of Use

    The Company may change these Terms of Use without prior notice to members if new services are added or if there are any important reasons related to its policy. In which case, a member may withdraw his/her membership. However, if a member accesses the Site more than three times without expressing the intention to withdraw his/her membership after the notice of change of this Terms of Use, he/she shall be deemed as having agreed to said changes.

14. Rules regarding matters outside the provisions of the Terms of Use

Any matters not set forth in the present Terms of Use shall be subject to the provisions of relevant laws and regulations, including the Telecommunications Business Act.

15. Jurisdiction

If a dispute arises between a member and the Company during the use of the Service and a lawsuit is filed, the court with jurisdiction over the location of the Company shall be the competent court.