In light of the importance of protecting personal information, the Museum will comply with the Act on the Protection of Personal Information (Act on the Protection of Personal Information) and other related laws, regulations, and guidelines, handle personal information properly, and take appropriate measures for safety management.
The Museum will ensure that personal information is handled appropriately by providing thorough training and guidance to its employees. In addition, the Museum will promptly respond to complaints and consultations regarding the handling of personal information, and will review and improve the appropriate measures for the handling and safe management of personal information as appropriate.
1. Acquisition of Personal Information
The Museum will acquire personal information to the extent necessary for its business and by legal and fair means, taking sufficient security control measures.
2. Purpose of Use of Personal Information
The Museum will use the acquired personal information to the extent necessary for the performance of its services and other operations. It will not be used for any other purposes.
3. security control measures for personal data
In order to prevent leakage, loss, or damage of personal data and to ensure the safe management of personal data, the Museum will take sufficient security measures, including the establishment of rules for handling and implementation systems for safe management, and will take necessary and appropriate measures to ensure the accuracy and up-to-dateness of personal data, and will promptly correct any problems that may occur. If a problem should occur, we will promptly take appropriate corrective measures.
4. Provision of Personal Data to Third Parties
The Museum will not provide personal data to third parties without the consent of the individual, except in the following cases.
4-1. When required by law
4-2.When it is necessary for the protection of the life, body, or property of an individual and it is difficult to obtain the consent of the individual.
4-3.Cases in which the provision of personal data is particularly necessary for improving public health or promoting the sound growth of children, and in which it is difficult to obtain the consent of the individual concerned.
4-4.When it is necessary to cooperate with a national agency, a local government, or an individual or entity entrusted by either a national agency or local government to execute affairs prescribed by law, and obtaining the consent of the individual is likely to impede the execution of such affairs.
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The Museum uses access log files for the purpose of analyzing trends in the use of this website, but does not use them to collect personally identifiable information.
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