Privacy Policy

Our Commitment to Your Privacy

This Privacy Policy applies to the website at

At Listly, we respect and protect the privacy of our users. This Privacy Policy explains how we collect and use your information and is part of our Terms of Use when you use our Site or Service.

By using our site or services you agree to our Privacy Policy. If you refuse to agree to these terms, please don’t use our site or services.

What information do we collect?

The following information is stored in order to provide customers with optimal service and consultation.

Purpose of Collection Target of Collection Holding · Deleting Data
Service use and consultation, unfair use prevention Email (ID), Password Upon membership cancelation any member data is immediately deleted.
Cookies, Service Usage Records (IP address, illicit use record)
Algorithm Research URLs entered by users These steps are taken immediately following account deletion in a non-identifying process
  • Illicit use: An act to prohibit the company from receiving economic benefits, such as using discount coupons, event benefits, etc., after withdrawal of membership, cancellation of purchase, etc.
  • The above information may be used in statistics and/or analysis of our services.

How long do we store personal information?

At Listly we believe that your information belongs to you and we do not resell your information or store any information that is not related to the provided services. We promise to delete any information associated with your account immediately upon account closure/deletion. Furthermore, we have procedures in place to ensure that no data is improperly stored or retained. We respect your right to be forgotten.

What are your legal rights?

You or your legal representatives can inquire or modify your personal information registered at any time and may request a cancellation of services.

To cancel services, go too account settings and click 'Delete My Account'. You will also be required to follow the verification procedure. You may also contact the provider in writing, by phone, or by e-mail to initiate service cancelation.

What are cookies?

We employ cookies to store and locate your information. Cookies are very small text files that the server uses and sends through your browser and are stored on your computer's hard disk. Cookies are used as follows:

(1) Purpose of Cookies

Targeted marketing and personalized services are provided by analyzing the frequency of member and non-member access, identifying the users ' tastes and interests, tracking user activity, and identifying the number of visits made.

Cookies are optional; therefore, you may allow all cookies through settings in your web browser, verify them whenever they are stored, or refuse to save all cookies.

(2) Method of Refusing Cookies

You can change the settings in your web browser to allow all cookies by default, check with you each time a website requests to save them or refuse to save all cookies.

Cookie Rejection Setting Examples

  • Internet Explorer: In the browser menu select "Tools” > "Internet Options" > "Personal Info". Here cookie settings can be adjusted.
  • Chrome: In the browser menu select "⋮" > "Settings” > "Advanced" > Under the Privacy and Security Section "Content Settings” > Under the cookie section settings can be adjusted.

Be aware that we may be unable to offer some services if cookies are rejected.

How do we protect your personal information?

We take the following technical and administrative measures to ensure safety in handling your personal information and to prevent loss, damage, and/or theft of such information:

1) Password Encryption

Your password is encrypted and stored so that you can check and change your personal information only after inputting your password.

2) Hacking Prevention Measures

The company does its best to prevent members' personal information from being leaked or damaged by hacking and/or computer viruses.
We frequently back up data to prevent a loss of personal information and use up-to-date anti-virus software to prevent personal information and/or data leakage or damage to the network. We use intrusion prevention systems to control unauthorized access from the outside, and we are striving to provide the latest equipment and security measures for all possible systems.

3) Limiting Employee Access to Private Data

We place strict limitations on employees involved in handling personal information, including limited such access to management levels. We also regularly require authorized employees to change their access password and ensure compliance with standards for handling personal information through frequent training.

4) Personal Information Protection Board

Listly makes efforts to find and correct potential security problems immediately by continuously enforcing implementation of the Privacy Policy among personnel. However, we are not liable for any problems resulting in personal information leakage, including login or password information, brought about by negligence of the user or by ISP/network equipment provider security flaws.

Do we disclose any information to outside parties?

We do not sell, trade, or otherwise transfer to outside parties your personal information for commercial or marketing purposes.

We will, if required by a valid court order, provide your personal information to law enforcement authorities in a civil or criminal proceeding.

Changes to our Privacy Policy

If we decide to change our Privacy Policy, we will post those changes on this page. We may also, but are not required to, send you an email notification.