When handling personal information, NAGAOKA specifies the purpose of use of personal information as much as possible and does not handle personal information beyond the scope necessary for the achievement of the purpose of use. Further, NAGAOKA does not handle personal information about a customer without obtaining the prior consent of the customer, or unless permitted by laws or regulations, beyond the scope necessary for the achievement of the purpose of use.
In addition, NAGAOKA acquires personal information in a proper manner. When acquiring personal information, NAGAOKA publicly announces the purpose of use in advance or after the acquisition, or notifies on a website immediately. Further, when receiving such personal information as is written in documents (including electronic data and magnetic data) directly from a customer, NAGAOKA expressly shows the purpose of use in advance.
NAGAOKA takes necessary and proper measures including countermeasures against unauthorized access and computer viruses for the prevention of loss, destruction, falsification, leakage, or other problems of personal data. Further, NAGAOKA exercises necessary and appropriate supervision over its employees, trustees, and other related parties to ensure the control of security of the personal data.
When using personal data jointly with a third party or providing a third party with personal information, NAGAOKA takes the measures necessary under laws and regulations including the execution of contracts and making of arrangements with such third party. Further, NAGAOKA endeavors to obtain the consent of the customer as much as possible prior to such provision. NAGAOKA at least gives customers the opportunity to stop the provision of personal data to a third party, in accordance with laws and regulations, if the customer does not want such provision to a third party.
NAGAOKA responds to customers’ requests for notifying, disclosing, or correcting the purpose of use of, or stopping the use of, or other requests with respect to the retained personal data in accordance with related laws and regulations. If you have any such request, please contact the customer service separately described. NAGAOKA will immediately respond to your request in good faith within a reasonable extent under laws and regulations.
To implement this declaration, NAGAOKA keeps its employees and trustees informed about the details of this declaration by establishing necessary internal regulations and conducting education and training, and ensures that the employees and the trustees continue to implement this declaration.
Contact regarding personal information
General Affairs Group
Explanation of terms used in these policies
“Personal information” means information about a living individual which can identify the specific individual. In addition, information that enables a specific individual to be identified by easily referring to other information is also personal information.
“Personal data” means personal information constituting a personal information database, etc., and “a personal information database, etc.” means a set of information including personal information that is designated by a Cabinet order as being systematically arranged in such a way that specific personal information can be easily retrieved, such as electronic databases, registers, or books.
“Retained personal data” means such personal data over which NAGAOKA has the authority to disclose or correct the content, excluding the data which is specified by a Cabinet order as harming public or other interests if its presence or absence is known and data which will be erased within six (6) months.