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Any person who intends to use the contents provided on the Artience website commercially or to provide them to a third party via the Web must obtain the permission of Artience in writing in advance. Even when posting contents with Artience’s written permission, it must be clearly stated that their source is Artience.
Even if the contents of the Artience website are posted on other internet sites according to due process, any unauthorized modification of the contents other than the correction of simple errors is prohibited, and any violation of this principle may result in criminal punishment.
[Applicable provisions of the Copyright Act]
Article 136 (Penalty Provisions)
① Any person who falls under any of the following subparagraphs may be punished by imprisonment with labor up to five years or by a fine of up to 50 million won, or may be punished by both:
- 1. A person who infringes the author’s economic right or other property rights that are protected pursuant to this Act (excluding the rights provided under Article 93) by means of reproduction, performance, public transmission, exhibition, distribution, rental, or production of derivative work;
- 2. A person who violates the court order under Article 129-3 (1) without good cause.
- ② Any person who falls under any of the following subparagraphs may be punished by imprisonment with labor for up to three years or by a fine of up to 30 million won, or may be punishable by both:
- 1. A person who defames the honor of the author or performer by infringing on the author's or performer's moral rights;
- 2. A person who files for registration by false or fraudulent means pursuant to Articles 53 and 54 (including cases applied mutatis mutandis pursuant to Articles 90 and 98);
- 3. A person who infringes on the rights of a database producer protected pursuant to Article 93 by means of reproduction, distribution, broadcasting or interactive transmission;
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