B. Purpose of Use of Personal Information
In accordance with the Act on the Protection of Personal Information in Japan (hereinafter referred to as “APPI”), we announce the following matters.
We specify the purpose of use of personal information and use it to the extent necessary for achieving the purpose of use. The purposes of the use of personal information are as follows.
The purposes of use described in Section 1 may be changed only to the extent reasonably considered to be relevant to the previous version. We will announce the changed purpose of use on our website.
We use personal information to the extent necessary for achieving the purpose of use, and obtain the consent from the person when exceeding that extent. However, any of the following cases are excluded.
When particularly required in order to cooperate with a national agency, a local government, or a party entrusted by any of them to execute affairs stipulated by laws and regulations, and when obtaining the consent of the person is likely to interfere the execution of those affairs.
We do not acquire personal information through improper means.
When we acquire personal information that requires special consideration (personal information defined in Article 2, Paragraph 3 of the APPI as requiring special consideration in handling to prevent unjust discrimination, prejudice or other disadvantages), we obtain the consent of the person in advance. However, in the following cases, we may obtain personal information that requires special consideration without obtaining the prior consent.
We keep personal data accurate and up-to-date to the extent necessary to achieve the purpose of use, set a retention period for personal data to the extent necessary for the purpose of use and in accordance with the provisions of laws, regulations, guidelines, and delete personal data without delay after the retention period has elapsed.
We take necessary and appropriate security control measures to protect personal data from unauthorized access, falsification, leakage, loss, or damage.
We have established “Personal Information Protection and Management Regulations” to manage personal data safely, and we ensure that all employees thoroughly understand these regulations, supervise them as necessary and appropriate, and provide necessary education and training.
We outsource all or part of the handling of personal data to third parties for delivery, maintenance, repair, and other operations to the extent of the purpose of use. In this case, we select a third party that is considered to handle personal data appropriately based on the security control measures of the third party, properly stipulate the security control, maintenance of confidentiality, conditions of re-consignment, and other matters regarding the handling of personal data in the consignment contract. Simultaneously, we implement necessary and appropriate supervision to ascertain the conditions of the handling of personal data by the third party.
We jointly use personal data related to sugar beet farmers and livestock farmers as described below. In the case of any change regarding the scope of joint users, the person in charge of managing the joint use, we notify the person in advance or put in a readily accessible condition for the person.
1. Joint Use with JA
We and NOSAI
We and NOSAI
2. Joint Use with NOSAI
We and NOSAI
To execute affairs of mutual aid business based on the Agricultural Disaster Compensation Act, and to conduct cross-checking operations
We and NOSAI
Joint Use with Association of Hokkaido Compound Feed Stabilization Fund
We, and Association of Hokkaido Compound Feed Stabilization Fund
To execute affairs related to the issuance of compensation under the Stable Compound Feed Pricing System, and to conduct cross-checking operations
We and Association of Hokkaido Compound Feed Stabilization Fund
・When the foreign state is defined in the Rules of the Personal Information Protection Commission in Japan as having a system for the protection of personal information that is considered to be at the same level as that of Japan in terms of protecting the rights and interests of individuals
2. Purpose of Use
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We create pseudonymously processed information that is processed to prevent identification of customers unless it is cross-checked with other information, and analyze and use it for the purpose of developing our new products and services. We take measures for safety management of the created pseudonymously processed information as in section 7 above.
We plan to create anonymously processed information that is not identifiable and provide it to third parties. The categories of personal information included in the created anonymously processed information, the categories of it to be provided, and the provision procedure will be announced as soon as they are determined.
When we transfer personal data to/from third parties, if required by relevant laws, regulations, and guidelines, we appropriately confirm and record them in accordance with the provisions of the relevant laws, regulations, and guidelines.
When we receive a request for disclosure of retained personal data from a person or his/her representative, we respond without delay, except in the following cases. If we do not disclose the personal data, we respond to that effect.
In addition, when we receive a request from a person or his/her representative for correction, addition, or deletion, or for suspension of use, deletion, or suspension of provision to a third party of retained personal data, we investigate and respond in accordance with laws and regulations. For the documents and measures to be submitted when requesting disclosure, how to confirm that the person requesting disclosure is the person himself/herself or his/her representative, etc., please refer to “Contact for disclosure of personal information, etc.”
For inquiries or complaints regarding our handling of personal information, please contact the following.
Telephone: +81 155-61-3100 (Japanese language only)
April 1, 2022
Nippon Beet Sugar Manufacturing Co., Ltd.
Representative Director, Shu ISHIKURI
12-14, Mita 3-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan