Private information handled at Korean Society for Anesthetic pharmacology(KSAP) is collected, possessed and processed on the basis of relevant laws as well as an agreement with the information owner. With the Privacy Protection Act for Public Organizations that provides a general foundation in dealing with individuals' privacy, KSAP shall observe the law to collect, possess, and process private data in the manner of conducting public affairs faithfully and preserving the rights of people.
KSAP also shall lawfully respects people's rights, including the right to request to view and make corrections to their private information retained by KSAP.
People are entitled to file an administrative lawsuit in accordance with the Administrative Judgment Law, if there is any infringement of their legal rights.
The Policy contains two parts: the Privacy for Website Users, which intends to protect private data handled over all websites operated by KSAP, and the Computerized Private Data, which is necessary for KSAP to implement its missions and tasks.
Ⅰ. Privacy Protection over KSAP Websites
Auto-collected and saved private information
When you access any KSAP Website, the following information may be automatically collected and saved:
The user's Internet address, browser type and OS
he addresses of pages visited by the user within the website;
The times of visits; and others.
Please note that such auto-collected information may be used to provide statistics to improve the content and services of the Websites, facilitate communication with users, and respond to security events, and that such information may be submitted to law enforcement according to legislation or regulation.
Data collected through e-mails and web forms
Users are eligible to express their opinions via mail, phone, or electronic measures, such as an online posting. When you choose one of these methods, please remember that:
Users other than you can view your online feedback;
Your feedback may be shared with others based on related laws, or used to execute regulations and develop policies ; and
Your opinions may be disclosed or provided to other organizations, if necessary.
Despite our concerted efforts to manage and control the security of the Websites, please use caution when including any sensitive information in your online feedback.
Security measures available on the Websites
In order to offer uninterrupted security and online service, KSAP monitors network traffic and runs many programs to detect any outside disturbances, such as any illegal modification of content.
Web page links
Access to others' private information while using the Websites
On all of the Websites, you must not obtain any personally identifiable information of others, including email addresses. Anyone who viewed or was offered such information through an illegal manner shall be punished in observance with Article 23 (Penalty) of the Privacy Protection Act for Public Organizations.
Report of privacy violation
If you have found a confirmed or possible violation that private information has been disclosed to the public while using the Websites, please report the case to us using one of the options below:
Privacy Protection Office of KSAP
Phone: 02-459-8251 / Fax: 02-2040-7735
Address: Privacy Protection Office, KSAP Office of 1F WonGyeong. Bldg, 788-16, Yeoksam 2-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul 135-515, Korea
KSAP Privacy Protection Contact: Seongwook, Jeong
Ⅱ. Computerized Private Data
Collection and Retention of Private Data
The personal information collected and how to collect the items
KSAP for the, Customer Service, Customer Service and personal information such as the following is collected.
Name, Institution, email, telephone number, fax number, login ID, password, Member classification, Gender, Date of Birth, Medical licence, Specific major, Interersting major, College of medicine, Completion of internship, Completion of residency, Position, Homepage, Postal Code, Mobile In addition, service or business process in the process created by the following information may be collected.
Service use recording, Connection log, access IP information and cookies
KSAP is fully committed to protecting individual privacy by processing personal information in observance with relevant laws.
Limits to the supply of and access to private information
In contrast to to general administrative information, personal data collected and retained by KSAP is strictly limited in its usage and supply. In regard to such information, Article 10 of the Privacy Protection Act for Public Organizations stipulates that:
Private information files shall not be provided for purposes other than mentioned herein with the exception that they are lawfully allowed to be used and offered by insiders and outsiders of the organization according to other legal foundations.
Despite the provisions aforementioned, private files may be used and provided to other organizations against its original purpose of retention when: (with the exception of when the rights of the owners of the information and the rights of the third parties may be exposed to any unfair treatment and infringement.)
The owner of the information provides approval or the information is offered to the owner and not other people;
A task required by another law cannot be completed, and deliberation was made by the privacy protection committee under Article 20;
The information needs to be submitted to a foreign government or international organization in order to observe treaties and other international agreements;
The information needs to be supplied for statistical and academic research in a personally unidentifiable form;
The information owner and his/her legal proxy are incapacitated or are not able to provide his/her approval because of reasons, including an invalid address, and it is regarded as clearly beneficial for the information owner to enable others to use and have access to the info;
The information is required for law enforcement to conduct criminal investigations and issue or maintain indictments; and
The information is required for a court to process its trial issues.
KSAP respects the rights of information owners when categorizing private information for internal useonly, acceptable to disclose to third parties, or acceptable to publish online.
Remedy for infringement
Anyone whose rights and benefits were infringed on by an information holder's improper actions or nonperformance regarding a request made under Article 12, Clause 1 (Access to Information) and Article 14, Clause 1 (Correction and Deletion of Info) of the Privacy Protection Act for Public Organizations is entitled to file an administrative lawsuit according to the Administrative Judgment Law.
※ To see details of the Administrative Judgment Law,
→ Go to http://www.acrc.go.kr and then click on "Administrative Judgment Consultation."
Phone numbers for Administrative Judgment Committees (See also the website of the Ministry of Government Legislation)
Phone numbers of Administrative Judgment Committees (AJC)
Seoul AJC 02-731-6157, 6557 Gangwon Province AJC 033-249-2132, 2478
Busan AJC 051-888-2212 Northern Choongcheong Province AJC 043-220-2321~4
Daegu AJC 053-429-2137 Southern Choongcheong Province AJC 042-251-2133
Inchon AJC 032-440-2292 Northern Jeolla Province AJC 063-280-2132
Gwangju AJC 062-606-2132 Southern Jeolla Province AJC 062-607-2131
Daejeon AJC 042-600-2152 Northern Gyeongsang Province AJC 053-429-2137
Ulsan AJC (053) 229-2132 Southern Gyeongsang Province AJC 055-279-2133
Gyeonggi Province AJC 031-249-2132, 2881 Jeju Province AJC 064-710-2272
KSAP is determined to faithfully and lawfully use any personal information it collects to conduct necessary tasks in observance of relevant regulations and the agreement of information owners.