Confront Co., Ltd. (hereinafter collectively “Confront”) recognizes that all personal information provided by you, our customers and clients through their business with Confront must be handled and protected with the utmost care. Therefore, Confront will follow the basic policy stated below to fulfill its responsibility.
In handling any personal information, Confront pledges to fully comply with the Private Information Protection Law (hereinafter the “Law”), other relevant laws and regulations, and pursuant to practices in this respect that are generally accepted as fair and reasonable. Further, Confront will continuously endeavors to improve handlng such personal information.
Confront will continuously update and revise rules and management systems for handling and protection of personal information and ensure compliance by its employees with such rules and systems. Further, Confront will ensure to appropriately supervise their trustees if any.
Confront will use personal information only to the extent and for the purposes specified (hereinafter the “Purpose”), which will be announced or noticed to the persons to whom the information pertains.
Confront will take necessary measures to properly manage and protect personal information to prevent it from being leaked, lost, and falsified.
Confront through its specific office will faithfully make all efforts to promptly receive, correct, revise, delete or cease personal information in possession upon verification that the personal making the request is indeed the data subject.
Purposes of Use of Personal information
Confront may lawfully use personal information only as needed for its business performance according to its business purposes to the extent that it may require.:
to inform and provide its products and services;
to develop its products and services;
to procure raw materials, goods and services; and
to respond to enquiries by the individual.
Disclosure to Third Party
Confront will not disclose personal information to any third party except for use of personal information within Confront or to its trustees stated above and the following cases:
When person’s approval is granted beforehand;
When the disclosure is in a statistical form which does not identify person;
When the disclosure is required by applicable laws and ordinances. Also, we may disclose your personal information to respond to subpoenas, and court orders;
When the disclosure is necessary to protect human life, human body and personal property, while it is difficult to obtain person’s agreement to disclose his or her personal information; or
When the disclosure of personal information is necessary to support a public operation of the national government or the municipality that person’s refusal to allow the disclosure of personal information would limit the accomplishment of such operation.
For any inquiries, complaints please refer to the contact address stated hereunder.
Confront Co., Ltd.
1-8-23 Hanaten-higashi, Tsurumi-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka 538-0044 Japan