Corporation (“Doosan”) complies with the relevant laws and regulations dealing with personal information protection including the Personal Information Protection Act and the Act on Information Communications Network Use Promotion and Information Protection. Doosan strives to protect the rights and interests of persons providing personal information, such as customers, employees, and Website users through its Privacy and Information Processing Policy and the Privacy and Information Handling Policy. Doosan notifies you of how and for what purposes we may use your information and what measures have been taken to protect your personal information through its policies regarding personal data privacy and information processing. In the event any of the provisions of the relevant policies are amended, we will publicly notify you of such amendments through this Website or individually.
The Company’s policy related to personal information consists of the following: 1) the Privacy and Information Processing Policy regarding the personal information protection of all persons providing their own personal information, 2) the Privacy and Information Handling Policy regarding the personal information protection of this Website’s users, and 3) the Image Information Processing Equipment Operation & Management Policy regarding personal image information protection. However, privacy and Information handling policies related to other Doosan affiliates’’ websites are respectively set forth on those websites.
The Image Information Processing Equipment Operation & Management Policy (“the Policy”) sets forth the rules for Doosan Corporation (“Doosan”) to comply with concerning the installation and operation of the image information processing equipment (IIPE), and personal image information protection requirement under Article 25 of the Personal Information Protection Act. The Policy aims to promote the adequate performance of work and to contribute to the protection of the rights and interests of the persons providing personal information.
Doosan will collect personal image information within the narrow scope in line with the purpose of installing the IIPE and will insure that persons providing personal information will be able to clearly recognize the installation purpose, and will not use the information for any purpose other than the aforementioned purpose. Doosan will safely mange the personal image information, disclose the matters related to the processing of such information, and guarantee the rights of those persons on their personal image information.
Doosan manages the installation and operation of the personal IIPE through each business division, and the following information are disclosed on websites separately operated by each business division:
Doosan will take a necessary action such as posting an information sign containing the following so that the persons providing their own person information can easily notice the installation and operation of the IIPE:
The information sign shall be posted in a place where those who provide their own personal information can easily see it within the shooting scope. The size of the information sign shall be 40x30cm. However, the size is subject to change, according to the circumstances of the installation location.
A person providing their own personal information (“a person”) can request Doosan to view/inspect and confirm the identification (”Viewing/Inspection”) regarding their own personal image information.
Doosan will take a necessary action upon receiving a request for veiwing/inspection. In doing so, Doosan may check through a submitted ID including resident registration card or driver’s license to confirm whether the requesting person is the person concerned or a legitimate representative.
Doosan may reject such a request in the following cases and in such cases, Doosan will give notice, in writing, to the requesting person or the representative of the reason for rejection or the method for appealing within 10 days of receiving the request:
When the personal image information is used for the purpose other the intended purpose of the collection or when it is transferred to a third party pursuant to your consent or according to the provisions of laws and regulations, the following will be recorded in the Personal Image Information Log:
When destroying personal image information, the following shall be recorded in the Personal Image Information Log:
Doosan will immediately destroy the collected personal image information upon the expiration of the retention period specified in the Policy. However, it will not do so if required by specific provisions in relevant laws and regulations. The methods of destroying personal image information are as follows:
The methods of destroying personal image information are as follows:
The hardcopy recordings (photo, etc.) of personal image information will be shredded or incinerated.
Electronic file format information will be permanently deleted in the technical manner through which the deleted personal image information cannot be retrieved.
The right to access personal image information collected and processed by the IIPE is limited to a minimum number of people, including the controller and the person in charge of the work.
The place where the personal image information transmitted by the IIPE is viewed/inspected and retrieved is designated as being a restricted area, and only the authorized people are allowed to access and view/inspect the information.
Doosan immediately changes or withdraws the access rights of a person, whose access right changes, due to HR changes such as job transfer or retirement.
We take necessary safeguards to ensure the safety of personal image information, including setting a password in the event that we process personal image information or send and receive such a file so that it cannot be lost, stolen, leaked, modified, or damaged.
We regularly inspect the status of the operation of the IIPE to prevent the forgery or modification of personal image information.
Date of Public Notification: September 30, 2011
Date of Enforcement: September 30, 2011