Personal Information Protection Policy
Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu LLC (Hereinafter referred to as "DTT".) recognizes the importance of protecting personal information and will handle personal information (hereinafter referred to as the "personal information") obtained through the Tokyo Metropolitan Smart Service Implementation Promotion Project (Hereinafter referred to as the "this project".), commissioned by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, in accordance with the following policies.
1. Acquisition of Personal Information
DTT shall properly acquire personal Information and shall not acquire personal information by unauthorized means.
2. Compliance with Laws and Regulations
DTT complies with the Personal Information Protection Act, the relevant government guidelines and other laws and regulations related to the proper handling of personal information.
3. Use of Personal Information
(1)DTT will use the acquired personal information only within the scope of its intended use. When using beyond the intended use, the consent of the relevant party is required in advance.
(2)When DTT obtains personal information, it makes clear in advance the purpose for which it intends to use it. When changing the purpose of use, DTT will obtained the consent of the relevant party.
(3)In carrying out this project, DTT may outsource the handling of the personal information to a third party. In that case, we will appropriately manage the personal information, including entering into a contract with the relevant contractor regarding the handling of the personal information.
Provision of Personal Information to a Third Party
When DTT provides personal information to a third party, the consent of the relevant party is required in advance, except as otherwise provided by law. DTT will not provide this personal information to any third party without the consent of the relevant party.
5. Security Management System for Personal Information
(1)In order to prevent the loss, leaks, misappropriation, or tampering of personal information, DTT will appropriately manage the security of the handling of personal information, including information security, and endeavor to prevent unauthorized access, leaks, loss, misappropriation or tampering of personal information.
(2)In order to properly manage the personal information, DTT has appointed a person in charge to manage it securely.
(3)DTT will periodically review its management system and initiatives for the protection of personal information in this case and will make continuous efforts to improve it.
(4)DTT will provide training to employees handling personal information on how to protect and properly manage the personal information to ensure proper handling of the personal information in this project.
6. Disclosure, Correction, Suspension of Use, etc.
7. Contact for Personal Information
Please contact the contact person regarding the handling of personal information below.
■Tokyo Metropolitan Smart Service Implementation Promotion Project
Contact for complaints and consultation regarding personal information: 03-6213-1251
If you have any questions or concerns regarding this project, please contact the Integrator.
・To: Tokyo Metropolitan Smart Service Implementation Promotion Project, Integrator
・Person in charge: Mr. Nakasako, Mr. Ishizuka, Mr. Nishimura
・Email address: email@example.com
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