Use Policies on the Open Government Data Portal

Open Government Data use policy

All public sector organizations ensure that anyone can conveniently reuse open government data through open government data portals, and are striving for universal expansion of use rights. (Article 1, Article 3 of the Open Government Data Act)

What is Open Government Data provision?

It refers to a public institution allowing users to access open government data in a machine-readable form or delivering it in various ways.

How to reuse Open Government Data

Open Government Data provided through the open government data portal can be used without a separate application procedure, and the list of provided open government data can also be checked on the website of each public institution.
Data that is not provided by the open government data portal can be used through application for provision. However, if the information subject to exclusion under Article 17 of the Open Government Data Act is included, provision may be denied, and in this case, you may apply for mediation to Open Data Medication Committee.

※ For more information on how to use open government data, please refer to Application Support> 「Open Government Data Reuse Guide」.

Scope of permission to use Open Government Data (http://ccl.cckorea.org./about/)

Regarding the scope of the open government data reuse permission, if there is a “no limit on the scope of use”, you can use it freely. If there is a restriction, the following information is provided for each type (refer to the open government data registration form subject to provision in Appendix 4 of the Open Government Data Act (Enforcement Regulation). Please note.

Author display(CC BY)
Mark the author's name, title, and source of the work, etc.
Author display-non-profit(CC BY-NC)
If you reveal the author, you can use it freely, but not for profit.
Author display-Prohibit change(CC BY-ND)
You can use it freely if you reveal the author, but you have to use it without changing it.
Author display-Allowed to change same condition
(CC BY-SA)
Revealing the author allows free access and changes to the work, but secondary works must be subject to the same license applied to the original work.
Author display-non-profit-Allows to change
the same condition(BY-NC-SA)
It can be used by revealing the author and changing the work, but it cannot be used for profit purposes, and secondary works must have the same license as the original work.
Author Display-Non-profit-No Change Prohibit
(BY-NC-ND)
If you reveal the author, you can use it freely, but it cannot be used for profit and must be used without change.

Reference
National Law Information Center - Open Government Data Law
National Law Information Center - Enforcement Rules

Chapter 1: General Provisions

  • These Terms and Conditions are intended to stipulate the terms and conditions of use, the rights, duties and responsibilities of members and operating institutions, and other necessary matters in relation to the use of services provided by the Open Government Data portal (hereinafter referred to as the 'portal').

  • The definitions of terms used in this agreement are as follows.

    1. “Member” refers to a corporation or individual who has agreed to the terms of use and completed registration according to the prescribed membership registration procedure provided by the portal.
    2. “User” refers to a person who subscribes to the portal as a member and uses the services provided by the portal, excluding Publisher.
    3. The term “public institution” refers to an institution that is obligated to provide Open Government Data held and managed in accordance with the Open Government Data Act.
    4. “Providing organization” refers to a public organization that provides Open Government Data through a portal.
    5. “Operating Institution” refers to an organization that is responsible for the establishment, management, and promotion of the use of portals, and the Korea Information Society Agency is the operating institution pursuant to Article 13, Paragraph 1 of the Open Government Data Act.
    6. What is not defined in these terms and conditions is in accordance with the relevant laws and guidelines for each service, and otherwise, it is in accordance with general customs.
    1. The operating institution posts on the portal or other methods so that members can easily understand the contents of this agreement, and it takes effect to all those who agree to these terms and conditions.
    2. If necessary, the operating institution may change these Terms and Conditions within the scope of not violating the relevant laws and regulations.
    3. In the event of changes to these terms and conditions, the operating institution shall notify the portal of the changes 7 days prior to the effective date and notify the e-mail address provided by the member when signing up. In case of changes to the contents unfavorable to the member, the portal will be notified and Email notification. However, there are exceptions to mistakes, minor corrections, or changes to correct obvious errors.
    4. If a member does not agree to the changed terms and conditions, he/she may cancel his or her membership registration (withdrawal from membership), and if the member continues to use the changed terms and conditions without an indication of refusal after the enforcement of the changed terms, it is regarded as consent to the change.
  • Matters not stipulated in these Terms and Conditions shall be subject to relevant laws and regulations such as Open Government Data Act, Personal Information Protection Act, Copyright Act, and Information and Communication Network Act, as well as guidelines of competent ministries.

Chapter 2 Terms of Use and Procedure

    1. The contract of use for the portal service is established when individuals and corporations provide information on membership registration through a prescribed procedure provided by the portal and agree to the terms and conditions to complete the registration.
    2. After signing up as a corporate member, a public institution can switch to a Open Government Data Publisher, and after signing up, you are entitled to use the services necessary to provide Open Government Data.
    3. The operating institution may cancel membership registration for members who fall under the following conditions.
      • 1) When applying using another person's name
      • 2) In case of false information on the membership application form
      • 3) In case of using the portal service to conduct an act prohibited by relevant laws and regulations
      • 4) In case of a violation of laws and guidelines related to the provision and use of other Open Government Data
    1. Members' personal information is protected by relevant laws such as the Personal Information Protection Act.
    2. Member information is used, managed, and protected as follows.
      1. 1) Use of personal information: The operating institution does not use the member's personal information without the consent of the person or provide it to a third party. However, exceptions are made in cases permitted by the relevant laws.
      2. 2) Management of personal information: Members can modify or delete personal information from time to time through the personal information management function of the portal service to protect and manage personal information.
      3. 3) Protection of personal information: Members' personal information is managed entirely by the member's ID and password, and only members can view, modify and delete. Therefore, you must not disclose the member's ID and password to others, and you must close the connection at the end of use.
      4. 4) Disposal of personal information: Upon membership withdrawal, the operating institution immediately discards the member information registered in the portal.
    3. When a member agrees to these terms and applies for membership, it is deemed that the operating institution agrees to collect and use the personal information provided when applying for membership.
    1. From the moment the member completes the membership registration process of the portal, the member is responsible for safely managing related information such as ID and password, and the member bears all responsibility for the consequences of failing to fulfill the responsibility.
    2. If a member discovers that his/her ID or password has been used illegally, he/she must immediately report it to the operating institution. Members are responsible for all the consequences of failure to report.
    3. If a member does not normally terminate the portal service and a third party uses information about the member, etc., the operating institution is not responsible for any legal problems such as related damages.
    1. Service Reuse hours are 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, unless there is a special business or technical problem related to the portal service.
    2. The operating institution may restrict service use after notifying the portal in advance if it is determined that it is necessary for the smooth operation of the portal, such as regular inspections, Espite the Reuse hours specified in paragraph 1.
    1. If it is judged that the smooth provision of portal services is difficult due to national emergencies, power outages, equipment failures, or other force majeure, the operating institution continues to provide other portal services if it is necessary to improve business procedures or systems based on relevant laws In this difficult case, the portal service can be temporarily or permanently suspended, and in case of permanent suspension, the member must be notified three months in advance.
    2. The operating institution is not responsible for any damages to members or third parties due to the service interruption in Paragraph 1.
    3. If it is deemed necessary for the smooth operation of the portal service, the operating institution may temporarily modify, change, or suspend the service after prior notice, and is not responsible for any damages caused to the member or a third party.
  • For the smooth operation of the portal, the operating institution may delete all information (hereinafter referred to as ‘posts’) such as articles, photos, videos, various files, links, etc. posted by members in the following cases without prior notice.

    1. If you have posted a post that violates these Terms of Service or is deemed to be commercial or illegal, obscene or vulgar
    2. Content that defames another member or a third party or defames by slander
    3. If the content is in violation of public order and morals
    4. If the content is recognized as being linked to criminal activity
    5. In case the content violates the copyright of a third party or other rights
    6. In case of violation of other related laws
    1. If the contents of the information provided by the member are found to be false, or if there is a reasonable reason to suspect that it is, the operating institution may suspend the member's use of the service in part or in whole, and bear responsibility for any disadvantages arising from this. I don't.
    2. The operating institution may restrict the use of the service if it is determined that the member violates these terms and conditions, and is not responsible for any damages caused by such restriction.

Chapter 3 rights, duties and responsibilities

    1. When a member uses the portal service, the rights protected by law, such as copyrights, for the posts created by the member belong to the member.
    2. Members must be careful not to include information that violates other people's copyrights, etc., when writing posts, and the members are responsible for civil and criminal responsibilities in this regard.
    3. When registering as a member, the required information must be accurately entered. In addition, you must maintain and update information about you that has already been provided to be accurate.
    4. Members shall not engage in any of the following actions in relation to the use of the portal service.
      1. 1) Using your ID and password to a third party or illegally using another member's ID
      2. 2) Activities for the purpose of criminal activities or other criminal activities
      3. 3) Acts that harm good manners and other social order
      4. 4) Any act that defames or insults others
      5. 5) Infringing on the rights of others, such as intellectual property rights
      6. 6) Hacking or spreading computer viruses
      7. 7) The act of continuously posting information not related to the portal service such as advertising information
      8. 8) Any actions that may interfere with or may interfere with the stable operation of other services
    1. The operating institution must perform the relevant business lawfully in accordance with the laws and regulations based on portal services such as the Open Government Data Act, and is obligated to endeavor to provide the service continuously and stably.
    2. The operating institution does not use the member's personal information without the consent of the person or provide it to others. However, exceptions are made when permitted by relevant laws such as the Personal Information Protection Act.
    3. The operating institution must protect the member's personal information (including credit information) so that the member can safely use the portal service.
    4. The operating institution is not responsible for any obstacles in using the service due to reasons attributable to the member.
    1. If the Open Government Data it holds and manages falls under the provisions of Article 17 (1) of the Open Government Data Act, it must register the provision list according to the relevant procedures and register the data on the portal.
    2. When a user applies for the provision of Open Government Data not registered in the provision list according to the Open Government Data Act, the Publisher shall decide whether to provide it in accordance with the procedures and standards stipulated in the law. To inform users.
    3. The Publisher organization shall provide the Open Government Data provided by the portal as current, and take action against any omissions or inconvenient use of Open Government Data reported by users.
    4. The Publisher may stop providing Open Government Data if it meets the following criteria.
      1. 1) When the user violates the published Reuse requirements when providing Open Government Data, and there is a concern that it may cause significant obstacles to the original business performance of Publisher
      2. 2) When the use of Open Government Data significantly infringes on the rights of third parties
      3. 3) In case of abuse of Open Government Data for illegal activities such as crime
      4. 4) When the Publisher organization requests the Minister of Public Administration and Security to exclude the list of Open Government Data provision for reasons pursuant to Article 20 of the Open Government Data Act, such as the abolition of Open Government Data creation and management
      5. 5) Other cases determined by the Open Data Medication Committee pursuant to Article 29 as unsuitable for the management and use of Open Government Data.
    5. Regarding the use of Open Government Data provided in the API-based datasets method, the Publisher organization may restrict the use of the service if a problem such as a problem such as a performance degradation of the providing system or disruption to the work of the Publisher organization occurs due to the use of a specific member There is.

Chapter 4 Others

    1. In principle, intellectual property rights for portal services belong to the operating institution. However, this is not the case if there is a contract or otherwise.
    2. The information posted on the portal archive menu is not based on a decision to provide Open Government Data, and may include intellectual property of Publisher and third parties. Therefore, you must be careful not to infringe on the related rights when using.
    3. Members shall not use intellectual property for the portal service or allow a third party to use it without the approval of the operating institution.
    1. In relation to the provision of Open Government Data, the Publisher organization shall not be held liable for any damage to the user or a third party due to the reasons stipulated in Article 36 of the Open Government Data Act, such as the quality of Open Government Data and the suspension of the provision of Open Government Data.
    2. In accordance with Article 36 (3) of the Open Government Data Act, if a user is provided with Open Government Data containing the rights of a third party, the user is not liable for any damage incurred to the true right holder, even if it is used. However, it does not apply to cases where the rights of third parties are recognized and used.
    3. The operating institution is not responsible for any damage to the member or a third party in connection with the member's use of the portal service. However, exceptions are made if the damage is caused by a criminal act of the operating institution.
    1. If a dispute arises regarding the use of the portal service, you can file a lawsuit in the competent court under the Civil Procedure Act.

A supplementary clause

  1. This Agreement shall enter into force on 22 June 2020.
    1. * Revision date: June 15, 2020
In accordance with Article 30 of the Personal Information Protection Act, the open government data portal establishes and discloses the following personal information processing guidelines in order to protect the personal information of the information subject and to promptly and smoothly deal with related grievances.
    1. ① Open Government Data portal processes personal information for the following purposes. The personal information being processed is not used for any purpose other than the designated purpose, and if the purpose of use is changed, we will take necessary measures such as obtaining separate consent in accordance with Article 18 of the Personal Information Protection Act.
    • a. Member management for portal site service provision
      • Essential purpose
        • Application for provision and Reuse of Open Government Data
        • User management for Open Government Data registration/management, etc.
      • Selection purpose
        • Provision of information related to Open Government Data portals and data Reuse
        • Survey on the use of Open Government Data
      • If you do not agree to the purpose of the selection, you will be excluded from the provision of information related to the use of portal and data and the use status survey.
    • b. Me.Processing of application for provision of Open Government Data
      • Personal information included in the application for provision of Open Government Data is used to receive and process the application for provision.
        (Open Government Data provision application form, decision notice, service related to provision application processing, etc.)
    • c. All. Open Government Data dispute mediation application and processing
      • Receiving and processing applications for dispute mediation related to Open Government Data provision, and used for consultation
    1. ① The Open Government Data portal processes and retains personal information within the period of retention and use of personal information in accordance with the laws or the period of personal information retention and use agreed upon when collecting personal information from the information subject.
    • a. Open Government Data portal member information
      • Collection basis: consent of the information subject
      • Retention period: Until the intention to withdraw from membership (reconsent after 2 years)
      • Basis for preservation: collection of data with the consent of the information subject
    • b. Open Government Data application processing information
      • Basis for Collection: Article 27 (1) of the Act on Providing and Activating the Use of Open Government Data and Article 21 of the Enforcement Decree of the Act
      • Retention period: 10 years
      • Basis for retention: Article 26, Paragraph 1 of the Enforcement Decree of the Public Records Management Act
    • c. Open Government Data dispute mediation application processing information
      • Basis for Collection: Article 31 of the Act on Providing and Activating the Use of Open Government Data and Article 10 of the Enforcement Rule of the Act
      • Retention period: 5 years from the time of filing a dispute mediation application
      • Basis for retention: Article 26, Paragraph 1 of the Enforcement Decree of the Public Records Management Act
    1. ① The Open Government Data portal processes the personal information of the information subject only within the range specified in Article 1 (Purpose of processing personal information), and only when it falls under Article 17 of the Personal Information Protection Act, such as the consent of the information subject and special provisions of the law. Provides information to third parties (Open Government Data Publishers).
    2. ② Open Government Data portals provide personal information to third parties as follows.
      • Persons receiving personal information: Publisher that accept and process requests for Open Government Data provision, respondents for dispute mediation for Open Government Data provision (Publisher)
      • Purpose of using personal information of the recipient: ① If there is an application for Open Government Data provision, it is to be immediately transferred to the competent public institution, ② Confirmation of the contents and facts of the request for dispute mediation for the provision of Open Government Data
      • Items of personal information to be provided: ① Request Open Government Data provision: Name (group name and representative name), date of birth, address, phone number, e-mail address, business (corporation, organization) registration number, ② Request for dispute mediation of Open Government Data provision: Name ( Organization name and representative's name), date of birth, address, phone number, e-mail address, business (corporation, organization) registration number, complaint details
      • Basis for provision: ① Application for provision of Open Government Data: Article 27, Paragraph 1 of the Act on Promotion of Provision and Reuse of Open Government Data, Article 21 of the Enforcement Decree of the same Act, Form No. 9 of the Enforcement Regulation of the Act, ② Application for dispute mediation of Open Government Data provision: Public Article 31 of the Act on Promotion of Provision and Use of Data, Article 10 of the Enforcement Regulation of the Act (Form No. 15)
      • Retention and use period of the recipient: The period specified in Article 26, Paragraph 1 of the Enforcement Decree of the Public Records Management Act
      • The applicant has the right to refuse to consent to the provision of personal information collected by the Open Government Data portal to a third party (Open Government Data Publisher), and in case of non-agreement, applications for provision of Open Government Data and applications for dispute settlement for provision of Open Government Data are restricted.
    1. ① Open Government Data portal entrusts personal information processing tasks as follows for smooth personal information processing. When the contents of the consignment business or the change of the consignee, we will disclose the contents without delay.
      • a. Consignor: Ministry of the Interior and Safety
        • Address: 411, Hannuri-daero, Sejong-si, Republic of Korea
        • Phone number: 02-2100-3399
        • Working hours: 09:00~18:00
        • Consignment details: Personal information processing work for Open Government Data portal maintenance
      • b. Trustee: Prompt Technology Co., Ltd.
        • Address: 25, Insadong 5-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea
        • Phone Number: 070-5226-3075
        • Working hours: 09:00~18:00
        • Consignment: Data service and monitoring, API-based datasets service management and monitoring, developer LAB management, additional service management, program support and service improvement, activation of use
    2. ② When entering into a consignment contract, in accordance with Article 25 of the Personal Information Protection Act, the Open Government Data portal prohibits the processing of personal information other than the purpose of performing consignment, technical and administrative protection measures, restrictions on re-consignment, management and supervision of the consignee, and matters concerning liability for damages. Is specified in documents such as contracts, and supervises whether the trustee handles personal information safely.
    1. ① The information subject (referring to the legal representative in the case of under 14 years of age) can exercise the right to view, correct, delete, or stop processing personal information at any time.
    2. ② The exercise of the rights pursuant to Paragraph 1 can be done in writing, e-mail, fax, etc. after filling out the form in Attachment No. 8 of the Notification on how to process personal information, and the institution will take action without delay.
    3. ③ The exercise of rights pursuant to Paragraph 1 can be done through the legal representative of the information subject or through an agent such as a person who has been delegated. In this case, you must submit a power of attorney in accordance with the form of Attachment 11 of the Notification on how to process personal information.
    4. ④ The rights of the information subject may be restricted according to Article 35 (5) and Article 37 (2) of the Personal Information Protection Act for requests to view and stop processing personal information.
    5. ⑤ Request for correction and deletion of personal information cannot be requested if the personal information is specified as the object of collection in other laws.
    6. ⑥ Confirm whether the person making the request, such as a request for access according to the rights of the information subject, a request for correction or deletion, or a request for suspension of processing, is the person who made the request or a legitimate agent.

    [Notification on how to process personal information] Attached Form 8 Request for perusal of personal information, attached Form 11 Power of Attorney

    • a. Open Government Data portal member information
      • General Membership Registration
        • Required items: name, ID, password, email, mobile phone number
        • Optional items: certificate information, phone number
      • Institutional Membership Registration
        • Required items: name, ID, password, email, mobile phone number, certificate registration, user/organization/business type classification, organization name, business registration number, phone number, department name
        • Optional items: Location-based service provider identification
      • In the process of using the service, the following information may be automatically generated and collected.
        • Items: Date of visit, service use record, IP address
    • b. Open Government Data application information
      • Required items: name, date of birth, address, phone number, e-mail address
      • Optional items: Business (corporation, organization) registration number
    • c. Information on Request Mediation of Disputes Open Government Data Provision
      • Required items: name, date of birth, address, phone number, e-mail address
      • Optional items: Business (corporation, organization) registration number
    1. ① The Open Government Data portal destroys the personal information without delay when personal information becomes unnecessary, such as the elapse of the personal information retention period or achievement of the processing purpose.
    2. ② If the personal information retention period agreed by the information subject has elapsed or the purpose of processing has been achieved, if personal information must be kept in accordance with other laws and regulations, the personal information (or personal information file) is stored in a separate database Keep it by moving it or changing the storage location.
    3. ③ The procedure and method of personal information destruction are as follows.
      1. Destruction procedure
        The Open Government Data portal establishes and destroys personal information destruction plans for personal information (or personal information files) that must be destroyed. The Open Government Data portal selects the personal information (or personal information file) where the reason for destruction occurred, and the Open Government Data portal destroys the personal information (or personal information file) with the approval of the person in charge of personal information protection.
      2. Method of destruction
        Open Government Data portals destroy personal information recorded and stored in the form of electronic files using methods such as Low Level Format so that the records cannot be reproduced, and personal information recorded and stored in paper documents is shredded or incinerated with a shredder. To destroy it.
    1. ① In order to provide personalized services to users, we use ‘cookies’ that store and retrieve Reuse information from time to time.
    2. ② Cookies are a small amount of information that the server used to operate the website sends to the user's computer browser and may be stored on the hard disk in the user's PC computer.
      • a. Purpose of use of cookies: It is used to provide optimized information to users by identifying Reuse patterns and popular search terms for each service visited by users.
      • b. Installation, operation and rejection of cookies: You can refuse to store cookies by setting options in the Tools> Internet Options> Personal Information menu at the top of the web browser.
      • c. If you refuse to store cookies, you may experience difficulties in using customized services.
    1. ① Open Government Data portals take the following measures to ensure the safety of personal information.
      1. Administrative measures: Establishment and implementation of internal management plans, regular employee training, etc.
      2. Technical measures: management of access rights such as personal information processing system, installation of access control system, encryption of unique identification information, installation of security programs
      3. Physical measures: Access control in the computer room, data storage room, etc.
  • The information subject may contact the following organizations for damage relief and consultation regarding personal information infringement.

    • ▶ Personal Information Infringement Report Center
      • Responsibility: Report of personal information infringement, request for consultation
      • Homepage : privacy.kisa.or.kr
      • Phone: (without area code) 118
      • Address: (58324) Korea Internet & Security Agency Personal Information Infringement Report Center, 3rd floor, 9 Jinheung-gil, Naju-si, Jeollanam-do (301-2 Bitgaram-dong)
    • ▶ Personal Information Dispute Mediation Committee
      • Jurisdiction: Personal information dispute mediation application, collective dispute mediation (civil settlement)
      • Homepage : www.kopico.go.kr
      • Phone : 1833-6972
      • Address: (03171) Personal Information Dispute Mediation Committee on the 4th floor of Seoul Government Complex, 209 Sejong-daero, Jongno-gu, Seoul
    • ▶ Supreme Prosecutors' Office Cyber Investigation Division: (without area code) 1301 http://www.spo.go.kr
    • ▶ National Police Agency Cyber Bureau: (without area code) 182 cyberbureau.police.go.kr
      In addition, a person whose rights or interests have been violated due to a disposition or omission made by the head of a public institution in response to a request from a data subject for access, correction, deletion, suspension of processing, etc. of personal information may request an administrative trial as prescribed by the Administrative Appeals Act. There is.
    • ▶ Central Administrative Appeals Committee: 110 www.simpan.go.kr
  • ① The Open Government Data portal is responsible for the handling of personal information and appoints a person in charge of personal information protection related to the processing of personal information. The information subject can inquire about personal information protection related inquiries, complaint handling, damage relief, and reading requests to the person in charge of personal information protection and the department in charge.

    • ▶ Personal Information Protection Officer
      • Name: Koo Mansub
      • Position: Policy Planning Officere
    • ▶ Person in charge of each personal information protection field
      • Name: Nam Hosung
      • Position: Director of Open Data Center
    • ▶ Department in charge of personal information protection
      • Department Name: Public Data Policy Division
      • Person in charge: Shin Minsun
      • Email : sms1126@korea.kr
      • Phone number : 044-205-2818
      • Fax : 044-204-8936
    1. ① The information subject may request to view personal information pursuant to Article 35 of the Personal Information Protection Act to the following departments. The National Information Society Agency will endeavor to expedite the request for access to personal information of the information subject.

      ▶ Receiving and processing personal information request

      • Department Name: Public Data Policy Division
      • Person in charge: Shin Minsun
      • Email : sms1126@korea.kr
      • Phone number : 044-205-2818
      • Fax : 044-204-8936
    2. ② In addition to the department for receiving and processing a request for access under Paragraph 1, the information subject may request personal information access through the “Personal Information Protection Portal” website (www.privacy.go.kr) of the Personal Information Protection Commission.

      ▶ Personal information protection portal → Civil service yard → Request for personal information access, etc. (I-PIN certification or mobile phone certification is required for self-confirmation)