Privacy Policy

1. Items to be collected

Full Gospel Nations Theological Seminary (hereinafter referred to as the “Seminary”) collects the following personal information for membership registration, education, counseling, and service application.

(1) Items to be collected: (1) Name, (2) Date of Birth, (3) Gender, (4) Mobile Phone Number, (5) Home (Work) Phone Number, (6) Login ID, Password (PW), (7) E-mail Address, (8) Residential Address, (9) Access Log, (10) Cookie, and (11) IP Information may be generated and collected in the process of using the e-mail service or processing business.
(2) How to collect personal information: membership registration, free consultation application, online consultation, product order, etc.

2. Purpose of collecting personal information

Full Gospel Nations Theological Seminary uses the collected personal information for the following purposes.
(1) Fulfillment of the contract regarding the provision of services, settlement of fees for the provision of services, provision of contents, and consultation on services and subscriptions
(2) Membership management (identity verification, personal identification, prevention of illegal and unauthorized use, confirmation of intention to join, age verification, handling of civil affairs such as complaint handling, delivery of notices)

3. Period of Retention and Use of Personal Information

While the user uses the services provided by the seminary, the seminary continuously retains the user’s personal information and uses it to provide services, etc. If a user directly applies for membership withdrawal or requests deletion of personal information, it will be processed in a state where it cannot be viewed or used in the future. However, in order to prevent the recurrence of the member’s unlawful use, the seminary may retain the member’s ID, name, e-mail, etc., for one year from the date of the termination request, and if the retention period is separately stipulated by the relevant law, the member information will be retained during the settlement period under the relevant law.

(1) Reason for keeping records on contract or withdrawal of subscription: Act on Consumer Protection in Electronic Commerce, etc. Retention period: 5 years
(2) Reason for keeping records on payment and supply of goods, etc.: Act on Consumer Protection in Electronic Commerce, etc. Retention period: 5 years
(3) Reason for keeping records regarding consumer complaints or dispute resolution: Act on Consumer Protection in Electronic Commerce, etc. Retention period: 3 years
(4) Reason for retaining records related to identity verification: Act on Promotion of Information and Communications Utilization and Information Protection, Etc. Retention period: 6 months
(5) Reason for keeping records related to visits: Protection of Communications Secrets Act Retention period: 3 months

4. Procedure and Method of Destruction of Personal Information

In principle, the seminary destroys personal information without delay after the purpose of collecting and using personal information is achieved. The procedure and method of destruction are as follows.

(1) Personal information stored in the form of an electronic file will be deleted using a technical method that makes it impossible to reproduce the record.
(2) Personal information printed on paper will be shredded with a shredder or destroyed by incineration.

5. Provision of Personal Information to Third Parties

In principle, the seminary does not provide users’ personal information to third parties. However, exceptions are made in the following cases.
(1) When the user agrees in advance
(2) In accordance with the provisions of laws and regulations, or when there is a request from the investigating agency in accordance with the procedures and methods prescribed in the laws for the purpose of investigation.
(3) If necessary for statistics, academic research, market research, etc., personal information is processed and provided in a way that cannot be recognized
(4) Recipient of information: Assemblies of God in Korea, etc.

6. Consignment of Collected Personal Information

The seminary entrusts the processing of personal information to an external professional company as follows.

(1) Consignment work and the person entrusted to the consignee

7. Matters concerning the installation and operation of an automatic personal information collection device and its refusal

The seminary operates ‘cookies’ that store and retrieve users’ information from time to time. A ‘cookie’ is a very small ‘text file’ that the server used to operate the seminary’s website sends to your browser and is stored on your computer’s hard disk. The seminary uses cookies for the following purposes:

(1) Purpose of using cookies, etc.
To provide targeted marketing and personalized services by analyzing the frequency of access and visit time of members and non-members, identifying users’ tastes and interests, tracking traces, and identifying the degree of participation in various events and the number of visits. Therefore, you can allow all cookies by setting options in your web browser, check each time a cookie is saved, or refuse to save all cookies.
(2) How to reject cookie settings
By selecting the option of the web browser used by the user, the user can accept all cookies, check each time a cookie is saved, or refuse to save all cookies. * Example of setting method (in the case of Internet Explorer): Tools >at the top of the web browser Internet Options >Personal Information However, if the user refuses to install cookies, it may be difficult to provide the service.

8. Civil Service Regarding Personal Information

(1) Users can view and modify their registered personal information at any time through the seminary’s website, and may request membership or withdrawal.
(2) Minors under the age of 14 can sign up for membership with the prior consent of their legal representative. If you wish to modify your membership information, you can check the member’s ID and password (PW), enter the information in the member information edit mode, and click the “Edit” button or request the administrator via e-mail.
(3) If you want to check your member ID or password (PW), enter your date of birth in the information box, and your ID and password (PW) will be sent to your e-mail when you sign up. Alternatively, you can ask your administrator to confirm via email.
(4) You may withdraw your consent to the collection, use, and provision of personal information at any time. Consent can be withdrawn at any time by using the ‘Cancel Membership’ section on the seminary’s website or by e-mail to the administrator.
(5) The seminary will allow the withdrawal of consent to the collection of personal information (withdrawal of membership) in the same way and procedure as when collecting personal information. (6) In order to protect users’ personal information and handle complaints related to personal information, the seminary has designated a person in charge of personal information management as follows.

Personal Information Protection Officer Name: John Gil-dong
Phone: 070-4090-8116

Users can report all complaints related to personal information protection that occur while using the seminary service to the person in charge of personal information protection or the department in charge. The seminary will provide prompt and sufficient answers to users’ reports.

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