Please note that users do not have to provide their personal information including name, address and e-mail address when casually browsing the JPI website.
An exception would be the questionnaire page on the JPI website. JPI may ask for personal user information to improve the communication status with the user and the services provided on the JPI website. In such case, JPI will only require minimal personal information, though the user is always invited to complete the items required to the extent he or she wishes.
JPI may contract an outside cooperative (hereinafter Contractor) to operate, manage and administrate the JPI website. In such case, JPI will take all precautions possible to prevent the Contractor from learning any personal user information.
JPI will under no circumstances share our customer's user information with a third party other than the Contractor, unless the user agrees to such disclosure.
However, JPI may disclose user information without the consent of the user when requested by public authorities for use in trials, police investigations, and other public matters.
JPI's web server is designed to automatically record the user's IP and domain name of the computer accessing the JPI website. Note that this information cannot identify a personal user and is a measure simply to statistically count the number of user accesses to the JPI website. This clearly and simply means that all users browsing the JPI website will remain anonymous unless the user purposely provides their personal information to JPI.
JPI has appointed a suitable webmaster to closely manage all personal information of the user. Every effort shall be made to prevent any information from being disclosed. Further, JPI takes precautions to protect personal information of the user through appropriate and feasible safety measures against unauthorized access, hacking, cracking, loss, destruction, modification, or other.
JPI will periodically improve and update the above recitals on how personal information is handled.