Step 1/3 Guide to collection and use of personal information
Guide to collection and use of personal information
Purpose for collection and use of personal information
Korea University collects and uses personal information which is needed for the performance of its duties as provided for in the Improper Solicitation and Graft Act. Personal information that has been collected shall not be used for purposes other than those for which it was collected. Shall the purpose for collection and use of personal information be changed, the new purpose will be identified and consent be sought prior to its collection and use.
※ Related acts: The Civil Petitions Treatment Act and its Enforcement Decree, the Act on the Prevention of Corruption and the Establishment and Management of the Anti-corruption and Civil Rights Commission, the Electronic Government Act and its Enforcement Decree, the Enforcement Decree of the Improper Solicitation and Graft Act
A. For the receipt, treatment, and post management of civil petitions
- The personal information contained in a written application will be used by Korea University and administrative agencies in order to perform their duties such as the receipt and treatment of civil petitions. Administrative agency means a corporation or organization that has administrative authority or that has been delegated or entrusted with the administrative authority pursuant to Statutes, or an agency or individual belonging thereto.
B. For using the systems of other administrative agencies or public institutions
- Personal information is used when connecting to or using other systems internally for the electronic processing of a civil petition.
Items of personal information to be collected
Required items: name, date of birth, email address, cell phone number, address, IP address, access records
※ ※ To guard against the unlawful use of others’ names, information access records are collected automatically. Unlawful use of others’ names can be punished under Article 37 of the Resident Registration Act.
Retention period of personal information (Article 26 of the Enforcement Decree of the Public Records Management Act)
In principle, personal information shall be destroyed without delay after the retention period has lapsed or when the processing purposes are achieved, unless such information needs to be preserved under other laws.
A. Reporting of improper solicitation and graft: 10 years
B. IP address among the items collected automatically: 1 year
Guide to the right to consent or dissent to the collection and use of personal information
The fact that the individual has the right to refuse consent and the disadvantageous consequences following the refusal (Article 16 of the Personal Information Protection Act)
The reporting person may choose not to consent to the collection of personal information other than the minimum information required, but when he/she chooses not to consent to the collection of the minimum necessary information, he/she will be denied the provision of the civil petition services.
I have read the abovementioned personal information management policies and the contents regarding the collection and use of personal information and agree thereto.