Article 1 (Definition of personal information)
2. In the event of discrepancy between the English version and the Japanese version of the Terms, the Japanese-language version shall prevail.
Article 2 (Purpose of using personal information)
We will use personal information legally and properly for the following purposes:
-To provide services operated by the Company (hereinafter referred to as "our services, etc.")
・ To respond to inquiries regarding our services, etc.
・ For information on our services, etc.
・ To respond to acts that violate our terms, policies, etc. regarding our services, etc. (hereinafter “the terms, etc.”)
・ To change the terms and conditions of our services, etc., and to communicate important notices
・ For billing usage fees for our services, etc.
・ To help improve our services, etc., develop new products, services, etc.
・ For use in guidance and communication regarding recruitment and recruitment selection
・ For employment management and internal procedures (personal information of executives and employees)
・ For shareholder management, company law and other legal procedures (for personal information of shareholders, stock acquisition rights holders, etc.)
・ For our business consignment management (about personal information of business consignee or its employees, re-contractor, etc.)
・ To create statistical data processed in a format that does not correspond to personal information
・ For other purposes that are incidental to the above purposes
Article 3 (Change of purpose of using personal information)
The Company may change the purpose of use of personal information in accordance with the Personal Information Protection Law within a range that is reasonably deemed to be relevant to the purpose of use. Notify or publicize the individual (hereinafter referred to as the "person").
Article 4 (Restriction on Use of Personal Information)
We will not handle personal information beyond the scope necessary to achieve the purpose of use without obtaining the consent of the person. However, this does not apply in the following cases, if permitted by other laws and regulations.
・ When based on laws and regulations
・ When it is necessary to protect the life, body or property of a person and it is difficult to obtain the consent of the person
・ When it is particularly necessary to improve public health or promote the sound development of children and it is difficult to obtain the consent of the individual
・ When there is a need to cooperate with the national institution, the local public entity, or the person entrusted by it to carry out the affairs specified by laws and regulations, and with the consent of the person, hindering the performance of the affairs When there is a risk of
・ ・ When personal information is provided to an academic research institution, etc., and the academic research institution, etc. needs to handle the personal information for academic research purposes (a part of the purpose of handling the personal information is for academic research purposes). Including cases where there is a risk of unreasonably infringing on the rights and interests of an individual.)
Article 5 (Proper acquisition of personal information)
1. We properly acquire personal information and do not acquire it by false or other unjust means.
Article 6 (Security management of personal information)
We will provide necessary and appropriate supervision to our employees so that personal information can be safely managed against risks such as loss, destruction, falsification and leakage of personal information. When outsourcing the handling of personal information, in whole or in part, the Company will provide necessary and appropriate supervision so that the security of personal information can be managed at the outsourcer.
Article 7 (Provision of personal information to third parties)
The Company will not provide personal information to third parties without the prior consent of the individual, except in cases where any of the items in Article 4 apply. However, the following cases do not fall under the provision to the third party specified above.
・ When we provide personal information by entrusting all or part of the handling of personal information to the extent necessary to achieve the purpose of use
・ When personal information is provided along with the succession of business due to mergers or other reasons
・ When jointly used based on the Personal Information Protection Law
・ When providing to a third party without your consent based on Article 23, Paragraph 2 of the Personal Information Protection Act
Article 8 (Procedures for disclosure, correction and suspension of use of personal information)
1. Based on the provisions of the Personal Information Protection Law, the Company will disclose, correct, suspend the use, etc. of retained personal data (including records provided by third parties; the same shall apply hereinafter) or suspend the provision to third parties. (Hereinafter referred to as "disclosure, etc."), we will disclose the request to the person without delay after confirming that the request is from the person himself / herself. However, this does not apply if the Company is not obligated to disclose, etc. under the Personal Information Protection Law and other laws and regulations.
2. Regarding the disclosure of retained personal data, it is necessary to follow the procedure separately determined by the Company. In addition, if you are requested to notify the purpose of use of retained personal data or disclose retained personal data, a fee of 1000 yen will be charged for each case. For details of the procedure, please contact the inquiry desk below.
Article 10 (Contact)
For requests for disclosure, comments, questions, complaints and other inquiries regarding the handling of personal information, please contact the following office.
Postal code: 330-0842
Address: 2-12-301 Asama-cho, Omiya-ku, Saitama-shi, Saitama
Company name: LLC Besten Dank
Article 11 (continuous improvement)
LLC Besten Dank
Address: 2-12-301 Sengen-cho, Omiya-ku, Saitama-shi, Saitama
Representative employee Katsuya Oura
Established June 25, 2019
Revised April 1, 2022