Handling of Personal Information for “ocean dict.”
8-17-1 Nishishinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
SEPTENI INCUBATE, INC.
Tadahiro Matsuda, President
SEPTENI INCUBATE, INC. (the "Company," "we" or "our") is committed to the appropriate acquisition and use of information relating to End User ("End User", "you" or "your" ) of "ocean dict." (the "Service") and will handle it as follows. Any matters not stipulated in these handling rules shall be in accordance with the "Handling of Personal Information".
1. Acquisition on Personal Information
(1) The Company shall acquire personal information or personally referable information* (hereinafter referred to, collectively, as "personal information, etc.,") in relation to its business operations using any of the following methods.
|The acquisition methods||Applicable or not|
|a. Direct acquisition, from the individual in question|
E.g.: We acquire personal information from the individual by them filling out a paper form, or by direct entry into a website form.
|b. Indirect acquisition, from the individual in question|
E.g.: We acquire personal information, etc., published in a publication or on the internet.
|c. Direct or indirect acquisition, from a website operated by the Company|
E.g.: We acquire site usage history automatically via tags set on a website operated by the Company.
|d. Indirect acquisition from a third party|
E.g.: We acquire personal information via a data management platform or social media.
*About personally referable information
“Personally referable information” means information relating to an individual which does not fall under the categories of personal information, pseudonymously processed information and anonymously processed information. It does not include statistical information.
E.g.: Postal (zip) codes, email addresses, gender, occupation, hobbies and interests, customer ID numbers, information stored in cookies, IP addresses, device ID numbers, advertisement identifiers (AAID/IDFA), other identifiers and location data, browsing histories, purchasing histories and other log data pertaining to Internet usage, etc.
The Company acquires (and handles) any personally referable information as personal information if it can be readily collated with other information and thereby identify a specific individual.
*What is "transfer of End User information to third party server"?
"Transfer of End User information" means that End User information is transferred to the third party’s server without End User’s intent when End User visits or uses the website(s) and the application(s).
2. Purpose of Utilizing Personal Information
Personal information, etc., that the Company acquires and the purpose(s) of utilizing such personal information, etc. are as follows.
|Personal information, etc.||The purposes of utilizing personal information, etc.|
|The following information about your SNS: account name, ID, number of following, number of followers, number of transmissions (e.g. number of tweets), date of creating of your account, F/F rate (number of following/number of followers), Tx Count (number of transaction on the Ethereum block chain), other information about your SNS account|
|Account name on your wallet, ETH balance of your wallet, Number of NFTs you own|
|Block chain public key address|
|Your time zone|
|Action histories, including browsing histories and purchase histories on the site relating to the Service.|
|Campaign details and other information that we ask you to enter.|
3. Use of Personally referable Information Provided to the Company by Third Parties in Conjunction with Personal Information
The Company may make use of personally referable information provided to it by third parties in conjunction with personal information already in the possession of the Company. Please click here for details regarding such cases.
4. Provision and Entrusting the Handling of Personal Information to Third Parties
(1) The Company may provide personal Information to third parties within the extent permitted by law (including when obtaining the consent of the individual in question, and performing procedures required by law.)
(2) The Company may entrust the handling of personal information to third parties ("contractors"), within the necessary scope to achieve the purpose(s) of utilizing Personal Information described in Section 2. In such cases, the Company shall enter into an agreement with the contractor, who must meet selection criteria for contractors, and appropriately manage work performed by the contractor.
(3) Third-party providers and contractors may include third parties located outside of Japan (*).
*The Company provides details regarding cases where we provide, or entrust the handling of, personal information to third parties located outside of Japan.
Any matters not provided in these handling rules are governed by the "Handling of personal data etc.". If there is any conflict between the said handling rules and these handling rules, these handling rules will take precedence.
Established November 7th, 2022
Revised October 27th, 2023
This English translation is for reference purposes only and not a legally definitive translation of the original Japanese texts. If a difference arises regarding the meaning herein, the original Japanese version shall prevail as the official authoritative version.
Provision and Entrusting the Handling of Personal Information to Third Parties Located Outside of Japan
(1) When providing personal information or entrusting the handling of personal information to third parties located outside of Japan (excluding third parties located in the United Kingdom or EEA member countries; hereinafter referred to as "third parties located overseas"), the Company shall provide the name(s) of the relevant overseas countries and information regarding systems for the protection of personal information in those overseas countries, except in cases where they cannot be identified for operational reasons of third parties located overseas (such as enabling effective operation, improving performance and ensuring redundancy). When there are other reasons why the country cannot be identified, the Company shall clearly state those reasons. (2) The Company confirms that third parties located overseas to which it provides personal information or entrusts the handling of personal information take measures in response to the eight OECD Privacy Principles (part of the OECD Guidelines on the Protection of Privacy and Transborder Flows of Personal Data). When third parties do not take such measures, the Company shall provide information to that effect. (3) The Company may provide personal information or entrust the handing of personal information to third parties located in the United Kingdom or EEA member countries.