Article 1 (Definitions).
The term 'personal information' refers to 'personal information' as defined in the Personal Data Protection Act, and refers to information relating to a living individual that can identify a specific individual by name, date of birth, address, telephone number, contact details and other descriptions contained in the information, as well as data relating to appearance, fingerprints, voiceprints, and the insurer number on health insurance cards. Information that can identify a specific individual from such information alone, such as name, date of birth, address, telephone number, contact details and other descriptions contained in such information (personal identification information).
'Personal data' means personal data comprising personal information databases etc.
The term 'retained personal data' refers to personal data over which a business operator handling personal data has the authority to disclose, correct, add or delete content, cease use, erase and cease provision to third parties, other than data specified by government ordinance as data the existence of which would be detrimental to the public interest or other interests if made known. This refers to.
Article 2 (Methods of collecting personal data).
The Company may request personal information such as name, date of birth, address, telephone number, email address, bank account number and credit card number when a user registers for use. In addition, transaction records including the user's personal information and information relating to payments made between the user and our partners and other parties (including information providers, advertisers and advertisement distributors, etc.) will be provided to our partners. Hereinafter referred to as "partners''). The information may be collected from our partners (including information providers, advertisers, advertisers, etc.) and other parties.
Article 3 (Purpose of collecting and using personal information).
The purposes for which we collect and use personal data are as follows
- To authenticate the identity of the user when registering for and using the service and to manage the user.
- For the delivery, provision and after-sales service of products, etc.
- To prevent and deal with fraud, etc.
- To maintain and manage the service
- To research and analyse marketing data, and to consider and implement marketing measures.
- To provide, solicit, advertise and otherwise market the products and services of the Company or third parties in accordance with the interests and concerns of users based on analysis of their attributes and behavioural history in the Company's or third parties' media.
- To improve products and services, and to plan, research and develop new products and services.
- To provide and operate our services.
- To respond to user enquiries (including to verify identity).
- To send emails with information on new features, updates, campaigns, etc. of the services the user is using and information on other services provided by the Company.
- To contact you as necessary for maintenance, important notices, etc.
- To allow users to view, change or delete their own registration information and view the status of their usage.
- To charge users for paid services.
- Purposes incidental to the above purposes of use.
Article 4 (Change of purpose of use).
- The Company shall only change the purpose of use of personal data if the purpose of use is reasonably deemed to be relevant to the purpose of use before the change.
- If the purpose of use is changed, the revised purpose shall be notified to the User or published on the Website in the manner prescribed by the Company.
Article 5. Personal data (Provision of personal data to third parties)
The Company will not provide personal data to third parties without the prior consent of the user, except in the following cases. However, this excludes cases permitted under the Personal Data Protection Act and other laws and regulations.
- Where it is necessary for the protection of a person's life, body or property and it is difficult to obtain the consent of the person.
- Where it is particularly necessary for the improvement of public health or the promotion of the sound development of children and it is difficult to obtain the consent of the person concerned.
- When it is necessary to cooperate with a state body, a local authority or a person entrusted by such a body to carry out affairs prescribed by law, and obtaining the consent of the person may hinder the carrying out of such affairs.
- Notwithstanding the provisions of the preceding paragraph, the following cases shall not constitute third parties to whom such information is provided
- Where the handling of personal information is outsourced in whole or in part to the extent necessary to achieve the purpose for which it is used by the Company.
- Where personal data is provided as a result of the succession of a business due to a merger or otherwise.
- Where personal information is to be used jointly with a specific person, and this fact and the items of personal information to be used jointly, the scope of the joint users, the purpose of the use of the personal information and the name of the person responsible for the management of the personal information are notified to the person in advance or are readily available to the person in question. (iii) where the person concerned is notified in advance or is made readily accessible to the person concerned.
Article 6 (Security control measures).
The Company takes necessary and appropriate measures to prevent leakage, loss or damage of personal information it handles and to otherwise manage personal information securely.
Article 7. (Disclosure of retained personal data)
- If the Company receives a request for disclosure of retained personal data from the person concerned, it will disclose this to the person concerned without delay. However, if the disclosure falls under any of the following categories, the Company may decide not to disclose all or part of the data, and if the Company decides not to disclose the data, it will notify the person to that effect without delay. A fee of JPY 1,000 will be charged for each case of disclosure of retained personal data.
- Where there is a risk of harm to the life, body, property or other rights or interests of the person concerned or a third party.
- Where there is a risk of significant disruption to the proper conduct of our business.
- If it would otherwise be in breach of the law.
- Notwithstanding the provisions of the preceding paragraph, information other than retained personal data, such as historical and characteristic information, will not in principle be disclosed.
Article 8 (Correction and deletion of retained personal data)
- If the User's personal data held by the Company is incorrect, the User may request the Company to correct, add to or delete (hereinafter referred to as "correct") the personal data held by the Company in accordance with the procedures set out by the Company. The User may request the Company to correct, add to or delete (hereinafter referred to as 'correct, etc.') the retained personal data.
- If the Company receives a request from a User under the preceding paragraph and deems it necessary to respond to such request, the Company shall correct such retained personal data without delay.
- If the Company makes corrections in accordance with the preceding paragraph or decides not to make corrections, it will notify the User of this without delay.
Article 9 (Suspension of use of retained personal data, etc.)
- If the Company receives a request from an individual to cease the use or erase the retained personal data (hereinafter referred to as "cease of use") on the grounds that it has been handled beyond the scope of the intended use or that it has been obtained by fraudulent means, the Company shall carry out the necessary investigation without delay. If a request is made for the suspension of use or elimination of personal data (hereinafter referred to as "suspension of use") on the grounds that the data is handled outside the scope of the purpose of use or that the data has been obtained by fraudulent means, the necessary investigation will be conducted without delay.
- If, on the basis of the results of the investigation referred to in the preceding paragraph, it is deemed necessary to comply with the request, the use of such retained personal data will be discontinued without delay.
- If the Company decides to cease use or not to cease use in accordance with the preceding paragraph, it will notify the User of this without delay.
- Notwithstanding the preceding two paragraphs, if it is difficult to suspend the use of the data or to take alternative measures necessary to protect the rights and interests of the user, such alternative measures shall be taken in cases where the suspension of use involves significant costs or where it is otherwise difficult to do so.
- The content of this Policy may be changed without notice to the User, except as otherwise provided by law or otherwise in this Policy.
Article 11 (Contact point for enquiries).
For any enquiries regarding this policy, please contact
contact information (for enquiries) (e.g. corporate phone number)
Telephone number: 03-5944-9699
Reception Hours: 10:00 ～ 17:00 (Excluding Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays).
Shin Co., Ltd.
Representative Director Yuki Shirai
2-7-4 Komagome, Toshima-ku, Tokyo 170-0003, Japan
... and upwards
Date of enactment 27 March 2023