Chapter 1 General Rules
Article 1 (Purpose)
The purpose of these Terms and Conditions is to stipulate the terms and conditions of use of the services provided by MediKiosk Co., Ltd. (hereinafter, referred to as the Company), as well as the rules of membership, and other necessary matters.
Article 2 (Effect and Modification of Terms and Conditions)
The contents of these terms and conditions will take effect by posting them on the service screen or notifying members in other ways. The Company may change these Regulations, and the changed Regulations shall take effect by notifying them in the manner set forth in Paragraph 1.
Article 3 (Rules of Terms)
Matters not specified in these Terms and Conditions shall be governed by the provisions of the Framework Act on Telecommunications, the Telecommunications Business Act, and other related laws and regulations.
Article 4 (Definition of Terms)
The definitions of terms used in this regulation are as follows:
Member: A person who has signed a service use contract to use the service with the company.
ID: A combination of letters and numbers selected by the member and approved by the company for member identification and service use by the member.
E-mail: Member's Internet mail account.
Password: A combination of letters and numbers determined by the member to confirm that the member is a member who matches the ID assigned to him or her, and to protect the member's own confidentiality.
Manager: A person selected by the company for the overall management and smooth operation of the service.
Termination: The company or the member cancels the service contract after the service is opened.
Points: A virtual currency unit obtained by purchasing products provided by the company or using services provided by the company, selected, and provided by the company.
Chapter 2 Membership Registration and Use of Services
Article 1 (Establishment of Use Agreement)
The contract of use is established by the user's agreement to the terms and conditions.
Applicants who wish to register as a member and use the service must provide personal information requested by the company.
The company may not accept the application for a use contract that falls under any of the following subparagraphs.
When a person under the age of 14 applies for use.
If your name isn't your real name.
If you apply using someone else's name.
If you apply by falsely stating the required information when applying for use.
When an application is made for the purpose of disturbing the well-being and order of society or the morals of society.
If the application requirements set by other companies are not met.
Article 2 (Modification of Contracts)
If the information entered at the time of application for use is changed, the member must immediately modify the online information.
Chapter 3 Use of the Services
Article 1 (Hours of Use of the Services)
The use of the service is based on the principle of 24 hours a day, seven days a week, unless there is a special hindrance to the company's business or technology.
If the company is unable to provide services normally, the company will notify you in advance.
Article 2 (Obligations to manage member IDs, e-mails and passwords)
All management responsibilities related to ID, e-mail and passwords are the responsibility of the member. The member is responsible for all consequences arising from the negligence or fraudulent use of the ID, e-mail and password assigned to the member.
If your ID, e-mail and password are used illegally, you must notify the company.
Users must comply with the matters stipulated in these Terms and Conditions and related laws and regulations.
Article 3 (Provision of Information)
The company may provide various information that the member deems necessary while using the service to the member by e-mail, wire media (methods), correspondence, etc.
Article 4 (Members' Posts)
If the company determines that the contents in the service posted or registered by the member fall under 1 of each of the following subparagraphs, the company may delete it without prior notice.
If the content slanders another member or a third party or damages the reputation of another person.
In the event that the content violates public order and morals.
If the content is deemed to be related to a criminal act.
If the content infringes on the copyright or other rights of a third party.
If the posting period stipulated by the company is exceeded.
In the case of posting advertisements that are not related to the topic of the bulletin board.
If it is judged to be in violation of other related laws and regulations.
Article 5 (Copyright and License of Postings)
The rights to the materials posted on the Service are as follows.
The rights and responsibility for the postings belong to the publisher, and the company has the right to use each posting.
Members are prohibited from commercially using the materials posted on the Service, such as processing and selling information obtained using the Service. However, if you want to use it for non-commercial purposes, you can use it with the consent of the company.
Article 6 (Suspension of Service Provision)
The company may stop providing services in the following cases:
In case of unavoidable construction such as repair of service facilities.
In the event that the telecommunication service provider stipulated in the Telecommunications Business Act suspends the telecommunication service.
The Company may restrict or suspend all or part of the Service when it interferes with the normal use of the Service due to a national emergency, power outage, failure of service facilities, or congestion of service use.
Chapter 4 Responsibilities
Article 1 Obligations of the Company
Unless there are special circumstances, the company allows users to use the service on the start date of service provision for which the user has requested.
The Company is obligated to provide services continuously and stably as stipulated in these Terms and Conditions.
The company does not divulge or distribute the personal information of the member known in connection with the provision of the service to the third party without the consent of the person. However, this does not apply if there is a request from a state agency in accordance with the provisions of laws such as the Framework Act on Telecommunications, if there is a request for the purpose of investigating a crime, if there is a request from the Information and Communications Ethics Committee, or if there is a request in accordance with the procedures stipulated by other relevant laws and regulations.
Article 2 Obligations of Members
Members shall not engage in any of the following acts when using the service.
Fraudulently using another member's e-mail.
The act of copying the information obtained from the service for purposes other than the member's use without the prior consent of the company, using it for publication or broadcasting, etc., or providing it to the third party.
Acts that infringe on copyrights and other rights of third parties.
Disseminating information, sentences, figures, etc., that violate public order and morals to others.
Acts that are objectively judged to be related to a crime.
Other acts that violate relevant laws and regulations.
Members must comply with the matters stipulated in this regulation and the service use guide or precautions.
Members must comply with the usage restrictions posted by the company in the notice or separately announced by the company for each content.
Members may not engage in business activities using the service without the prior consent of the company, and the company is not responsible for the results of business activities and the results incurred by the members using business activities that violate the regulations.
Chapter 5 Termination of Contract and Restriction of Use of the Services
Article 1 (Termination of Contract and Restriction of Use of the Services)
When a member wishes to terminate the use contract, the member must apply for cancellation to the company online.
If a member commits an act that falls under 1 of each of the following subparagraphs, the company may terminate the use contract without prior notice or suspend the use of the service for a fixed period.
If you steal another person's service ID, e-mail, and password.
If you intentionally interfere with the operation of the service.
If the name, you signed up for is not your real name.
In the event of deliberately disseminating information that disturbs public order and public morals.
When a member plans or executes the use of the service for the purpose of hindering the national interest or social public interest.
If you have acted in a way that damages the reputation of another person or puts you at a disadvantage.
In case of violation of the conditions of use set by the company.
Article 2 (Procedures for Restriction and Release)
If the Company intends to restrict the use in accordance with the provisions of Article 1, it shall determine the reason, date, and other matters and notify the user or agent by e-mail or other means. However, this does not apply if the company recognizes that it is necessary to suspend the use urgently.
A user or his or her agent who has received a notice of suspension of use pursuant to the provisions of Paragraph 1 may file an appeal if there is an objection to the notice of suspension of use.
The Company may temporarily postpone the suspension of use until the period for confirmation of the objection under the provisions of Paragraph 2 and notify the user or its agent of the result.
If it is confirmed that the reason for the suspension has been resolved during the suspension period, the company will immediately lift the suspension of use.
Chapter 6 Compensation for Damages, etc.
The company shall not be liable for any damages incurred by the member in connection with the use of any services provided free of charge, except for those provided for a fee, such as the purchase of products provided by the company.