Capital Asset Planning, Inc. (hereinafter referred to as CAP) complies with the Personal Information Protection Law and other related laws and regulations, and takes necessary and appropriate measures for the safe management of personal information we hold.
CAP takes organizational, human, physical, and technical security measures to prevent leakage, loss, or damage of personal information we handle, and other safe management of personal information. In doing so, we consider the magnitude of the infringement of the rights and interests of the individual in the event of a leak, loss, or damage of personal information, and take necessary and appropriate measures according to the nature of the business, the handling situation of personal information, and the nature of the medium on which personal information is recorded.
CAP establishes internal regulations on personal information protection and continuously improves them.
CAP does not acquire personal information by false or other fraudulent means, and strives to specify and clarify the purpose of use of personal information we handle.
When CAP acquires personal information or changes the purpose of use, we will announce the purpose of use, and when we directly acquire personal information from the individual in writing, we will clarify the purpose of use to the individual in advance. However, this does not apply when the purpose of use is clear from the circumstances of acquisition or when there is a legitimate reason.
Also, when changing the purpose of use, it should not exceed the range reasonably recognized as having a substantial relevance to the purpose of use before the change.
CAP handles personal information within the scope of the specified purpose of use as a principle.
CAP does not handle personal information beyond the necessary scope to achieve the specified purpose of use without the prior consent of the individual, except when there is a law or other legitimate reason and it is difficult to obtain the consent of the individual.
CAP strives to keep personal data accurate and up-to-date.
CAP does not provide personal data to third parties without the consent of the individual, except for legitimate reasons.
CAP provides personal data to third parties other than outsourcing and alliance partners, and successors of CAP's related businesses, only when it is based on laws, or when it is particularly necessary for the protection of human life, body or property, or for the improvement of public health, and it is difficult to obtain the consent of the individual.
CAP appropriately supervises employees and contractors for the protection of personal information.
CAP responds appropriately to requests from individuals for disclosure, correction, suspension of use, etc. of personal data held.
When an individual requests disclosure of personal data held, CAP discloses the personal data to the individual, except when there is a legitimate reason or when it may significantly hinder the proper implementation of CAP's business.
If the content of the personal data held is different from the fact, CAP corrects, adds or deletes the content of the personal data within the necessary scope to achieve the purpose of use at the request of the individual.
If the personal data held is handled in violation of the restriction on the purpose of use, or if it was obtained by fraudulent means, or if it is provided to a third party in violation of laws, CAP stops the use or erasure of the personal data to the necessary extent to correct the violation at the request of the individual, or stops the provision to a third party. However, if it is difficult to stop the use, etc., and it is necessary to take alternative measures to protect the rights and interests of the individual, we will replace the stop of use, etc. with such measures.
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