MYK Enterprises (hereafter “Our company”), managing the Kyoto Restaurant search site “Kyoto Connoisseur” (hereafter “the Site”), will be responsible for the proper handling of personal information based on the following.
Article 1 — Definitions of Terms
- “Guests” are defined as any individuals or corporations including tourism operators that use the Site to search or submit inquiries to Kyoto Connoisseur.
- “Restaurants” are defined as any restaurants uses the Site to transmit information.
Article 2 — Collected Personal Information
Our company collects such personal information as name, e-mail address, telephone number, gender, and address when making an inquiry using through the Site.
Article 3 — Purpose of Use of Personal Information
Personal information entrusted to Our company is used only for the operation and related purposes of the site.
Article 4 — Disclosure of Personal Information to Third Parties
Our company does not disclose personal information to third parties except in the following cases.
- With the consent of the individual
- When outsourcing all or part of the handling of personal information to an outside merchant within the scope necessary to achieve the purpose
- When required or permitted based on the laws and regulations of the court, administrative agencies, etc.
- If disclosed in such a way that personal identification is not possible
Article 5 — Management of Personal Information
Our company safely manages personal information by taking actions to prevent leakage, loss, tampering, etc. SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) encryption is performed for personal information acquired through the site with the aim of ensuring safety.
Article 6 — Consenting to Data Handling
Article 7 — Data Retention Period
Our company will retain users’ data for as long as it is necessary for the purpose of providing service to users. However, in the event the data is no longer needed, it will be promptly deleted.
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