|Article 2||Effectuation and Amendment of Terms|
|Article 3||Other Regulations|
|Article 4||Definition of Terminology|
|Article 5||Member Registration for Information Services|
|Article 6||Obligations of Gwangju Biennale|
|Article 7||Obligations of Members|
|Article 8||Revocation of Member Registration and Suspension of Usage|
|Article 9||Management of Members’ Postings|
|Article 10||Management of Postings and Copyrights|
Article 1. Purpose
These terms are intended to specify the conditions on using various information services (hereinafter referred to as “services”) offered through a website by Gwangju Biennale, relevant procedures and other necessary items.
Article 2. Effectuation and Amendment of Terms
① These terms shall be effective upon acceptance of users during member registration.
② Gwangju Biennale may revise the terms of members due to changes in information operation and other reasons, and the revised terms shall be effective after being displayed on the screen of online services or being notified to users through other methods.
Article 3. Other Regulations
Any matters that are not stipulated in these terms shall be subject to the stipulation of relevant laws and decrees.
Article 4. Definition of Terminology
The following is the definition of words used in these terms.
- Members: Individuals who applied for usage of member services and were issued member ID upon approval of Gwangju Biennale
- Member ID: A combination of English characters and numbers provided by Gwangju Biennale after being selected by users for identification of users and using services.
- Password: A combination of English characters and numbers selected by users to verify whether a member ID matches its user and for their communications
- Cancellation: Expressing an intent to terminate a contract after Gwangju Biennale or an user signs up for services
Article 5. Member Registration for Information Services
② Individuals who wish to use services by becoming a member shall offer private information required by the Gwangju Biennale.
③ When Gwangju Biennale approves an application for member registration, Gwangju Biennale shall notify member ID, password and other necessary information to the member.
④ In the following cases, Gwangju Biennale may not approve member registration.
- When someone else’s name was used for application
- When a real name of applicant was not used for application
- When an application was filled out with false information
- When an application was made to violate the social order, well-being or customs
Article 6. Obligations of Gwangju Biennale
① Gwangju Biennale shall be obligated to offer services continuously and steadily (24/7, 7 days a week) unless it experiences work-related or technical problems. However, the services may be limited when deemed necessary by Gwangju Biennale such as natural disasters or regular system inspections, which will be executed after sending a notification to members.
② Gwangju Biennale shall allow members to use services after the day their registration is approved.
③ Gwangju Biennale shall handle comments posted on the member bulletin board based on proper procedures and if it takes a while, the reasons and progress shall be notified to members.
④ Gwangju Biennale shall throughly maintain the security of private information of members, which shall only be used for offering quality services and improvement, and shall not be transferred to a third party for other purposes. However, there may be an exception for criminal or public purposes upon request from public institutions, and regarding statistical data where specific individuals cannot be identified or academic research purposes.
Article 7. Obligations of Members
① It is the sole responsibility of members to properly manage their ID and password.
② Members shall agree to receiving email from Gwangju Biennale, which will be sent as part of services.
③ If their ID was used for illegitimate purposes, members shall notify it to Gwangju Biennale.
④ Members shall abide by these terms and relevant laws.
Article 8. Revocation of Member Registration and Suspension of Usage
① If a member engages in the following activities in connection with service usage, Gwangju Biennale shall be allowed to cancel their member registration and suspend their usage.
- Activities that violate the public order and morals
- Criminal activities
- Planning or executing usage of services to undermine the national or public interest
- Stealing another member’s ID or (and) password
- Damaging or undermining the reputation of others
- Dual registration with the same user ID
- Interfering with normal usage of services by harming them
② If Gwangju Biennale intends to limit usage of services, the reasons, date and period shall be notified to the member or the agent in writing or via phone. However, if Gwangju Biennale decides service usage should be suspended urgently, it may be executed without the above procedure.
③ A member or the agent who was notified to suspend their usage of services, in accordance with Article 8 Section 1, shall be allowed to submit an appeal if they object to the suspension of usage.
④ Gwangju Biennale may cancel the suspension of usage only when the reasons for suspension were solved during the period of suspension.
Article 9. Management of Members’ Postings
Gwangju Biennale may delete postings registered by members on the services as to the following content without prior notice.
- Slandering others or damaging the reputation of an individual or a group with a slander
- Violating the public order and morals
- Associated with criminal activities
- Violating the rights of others such as copyrights
- Irrelevant to information registration
- Violating the relevant laws or regulations set by Gwangju Biennale
Article 10. Management of Postings and Copyrights
① The copyrights of postings registered by members on the services shall be jointly owned by members and Gwangju Biennale.
② Members shall not engage in business activities or unauthorized activities using the content of services, unless approved by Gwangju Biennale.
These terms shall be effective after June 15, 2012.