SUTOH KIKAI Co., Ltd. (the “Company”) receives personal information from clients in order to offer various legal services. The Company complies with laws and regulations regarding personal information and handles the personal information appropriately.
The Company does not give any warranty on the accuracy, usability, certainty, suitability for the user’s purpose, safety (function disruption, disadvantages, web site and computer viruses or other harmful substances on the server, etc.) of the information that has been posted on this website.
The Company does not assume responsibility for any damage caused by using or not using the information on this website.
1. Acquisition of personal information
The Company obtains personal information in an appropriate manner without relying on any fraudulent means.
2. Usage of Personal Information
The Company shall use personal information within the scope necessary for the following purposes.
When using personal information for purposes which are not set forth below, the person’s consent shall be obtained beforehand.
(1) Request for estimates, and answers and information sent for consultation
(2) Shipment of products ordered
(3) Provide information about various products and services
3. Safe and Proper Management of Personal Information
The Company shall take the necessary appropriate measures for safety management in order to prevent leakage, loss, or damage of personal information.
4. Outsourcing of Personal Information
When the Company outsources all or part of the personal information to a third party, strict investigation of the third party shall be performed, and necessary and appropriate supervision regarding the safety management of personal information, that has been entrusted to the third party, shall be ensured.
5. Provision of Personal Information to a Third Party
The Company shall not provide personal information to third parties without obtaining the consent of the person in question in advance, except for cases specified in laws and regulations of the Personal Information Protection Act.
6. Disclosure and Correction of Personal Information
The Company shall promptly disclose personal information if there is a disclosure request from the person in question.
In this case, the information shall not be disclosed unless the personal identity has been confirmed.