Privacy Policy

  1. Basic Concept
    The Privacy Policy (hereinafter referred to as “this Policy”) applies to the personal information collected from users by Shota Nagayama’s official website(https://shota.io/ : hereinafter referred to as “this website”), which is managed and operated by Shota Nagayama (hereinafter referred to as “the Owner”). This website collects the information specified in Section 2, but does not collect any other personal information other than that which is used when handling user inquiries and survey responses (Act on the Protection of Personal Information [Act No. 57 of 2003, hereinafter referred to as the “Personal Information Protection Law”] refers to personal information as defined in Article 2, Paragraph 1).

  2. Range of Application
    This Policy is applied to users of this website.

  3. Collection of Personal Information
    The Owner collects the following information in order to fulfill the purposes defined in Section 3 (items 1 and 3 will be collectively referred to as “collected information” hereinafter).
    1. The access logs on this website used by users (information related to usage and browsing)
    2. Information posted to comments field of this website (name, mail address, etc.)
    3. When a user contacts to the Owner, infromation related to the contact (mail address, etc.)
  4. Purpose of Use of Personal Information
    The Owner uses the information collected in item 1 (above) for the following purposes.
    1. To provide this website in a form that is best tailored to users
    2. To investigate and analyze the ways this website is used
    3. To make improvements and further developments to this website to ensure user satisfaction
    4. To handle user inquiries
    5. To conduct research and development for the purposes of social implementation
    6. To show and broadcast advertisements of the Owner and third parties
    7. To show and broadcast information regarding items available in the services provided by the Owner and third parties
    8. To ensure this website’s security and to prevent unauthorized usage (including spam, unauthorized access, and measures taken in the case that unauthorized access occurs)
    9. To solve issues with the operation of this website
  5. Provision of Information to Third Parties
    The Owner provides collected information to third parties (including those located abroad) in the following situations, in accordance with legal regulations.
    1. When information is deemed necessary for the Owner’s management and operations, and user consent is acquired
      1. When provision of information is deemed necessary to settle disputes between the Owner and third parties
      2. When providing information to third parties in order to show or broadcast advertisements of the Owner or third parties
      3. When providing information to third parties in order to show or broadcast information on products available on websites provided by the Owner and third parties
    2. When provision is requested by courts, administrative bodies, supervisory authorities, or other such public agencies in accordance with the law
    3. When provision is necessary to protect an individual’s life, physical well-being, or property, and when acquiring consent for said provision is difficult or impossible
    4. When provision is necessary to improve public health or promote healthy child development, and when acquiring consent for said provision is difficult or impossible
    5. When provision is necessary to work with national institutions, local governments, or entrusted individuals conducting their work as stipulated by the law, and when acquiring consent for said provision carries a risk of hindering work performance
  6. Entrusting of Information to a Third Party to Handle Personal Information
    Within the extent necessary to fulfill the purposes in Section 4, the Owner may entrust all or some of the handling of personal information to a subcontracted third party. In this case, the Owner thoroughly examines the third party to determine that it meets the third party selection standards defined, and execute a contract with the third party ensuring that all personal information will be suitably managed.

  7. Joint Use of Personal Information
    Within the extent necessary to fulfill the purposes in Section 4, the Owner jointly uses the collected personal information between members and partners in the Owner.
    1. Information jointly used
      Personal information as set out in Section 3
    2. Scope of parties using this information
      The members and partners of the Owner
    3. Purpose of joint use
      To fulfill the purpose in section 4
    4. Party responsible for managing joint use
      The Owner (for details regarding inquiries, please see Section 13)
      1. Google Analytics
        The Owner uses Google Analytics, provided by Google, on this website to investigate and analyze usage. For information on the Google Analytics Terms of Service, please refer to Google’s website and Privacy Policy.
        Google Analytics uses tools like cookies to understand user interactions. Users who do not want Google Analytics to use their data should use the opt-out add-on provided by Google.

        Google Analytics opt-out add-on:
        https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout

      2. Changes and Improvements to this Policy
        The Owner strives to improve this Policy appropriately.
        1. This Policy may be updated to reflect changes in laws and regulations or as needed by our business. The Owner notifies users or releases in the event that changes are made to this Policy.
        2. Please be sure to check the latest version of the Policy when accessing this website.
      3. Disclosure, Correction, and Suspension of Use of Stored Personal Data
        When the Owner stores personal data (as defined in Article 2, Paragraph 7 of the Personal Information Protection Law), users may request that their personal information be disclosed, corrected, or no longer used. The Owner responds to that request appropriately in accordance with relevant laws and regulations. When a user requests the disclosure of their personal data, the user may do so in accordance with the procedures separately-defined by the Owner, with the exception of the following cases.
        1. When disclosure carries a risk to the life, physical well-being, property, or other rights and interests of the user or a third party
        2. When disclosure has a risk of causing significant hindrance to the proper implementation of the Owner’s business
        3. When disclosure causes legal violations
        4. When we cannot confirm that the user is the one requesting disclosure

        If the user determines as a result of disclosure that the personal data stored by the Owner is false, he/she may request corrections, additions, or deletions according to the procedures specified separately by the Owner. When this happens, the Owner investigates promptly within the necessary scope in order to achieve the purpose of use. The stored personal data will be corrected, added, or deleted based on the results. Users may be charged a disclosure fee in accordance with procedures that the Owner has determined separately.

      4. Inquiries
        Inquiries regarding this Policy should be sent to the Owner using the contact information below.

        mail: shota.ngym $ gmail.com

          2019.12.23 Initial release