Personal Information Protection Policy
26 July, 2021
QUICK Corp., its directors and employees shall comply with the Act on the Protection of Personal Information and other related laws and regulations, as well as guidelines prepared by the competent authorities, and has established the following basic policy.
- We shall acquire Personal Information in accordance with laws and regulations, and shall keep it accurate and up-to-date to the extent necessary to achieve the purpose of use. In addition, when the need to use Personal Information no longer exists, we shall make efforts to delete the relevant Personal Information without delay.
- We shall use acquired Personal Information (except specific Personal Information (Personal Information that includes Individual Numbers and Individual Numbers in its contents)) or Personal Information combined with the history of access to QUICK website (obtained using cookie) for the purposes listed below. We shall acquire Personal Information that requires special consideration only with the consent of the person concerned, except in cases where it is handled as an exception under laws and regulations.
To provide the services of QUICK, affiliated companies and business partners.
To provide the information on the services and conference of QUICK, affiliated companies and business partners tailored to the area of interest of our customers.
To exercise rights and fulfill obligations based on contracts with customers and laws and regulations.
To conduct research and development of services through market research and surveys.
To perform paperwork related to transactions.
To conduct other matters related to the above.
- We shall not provide Personal Data (except specific Personal Information (Personal Information that includes Individual Numbers and Individual Numbers in its contents)) to a third party without the consent of the person, except in cases permitted by laws and regulations.
- In order to prevent leakage, loss, damage or unauthorized use of Personal Data, we shall take necessary and appropriate security control measures at each stage of the acquisition, use, and storage of Personal Data.
- In case that we entrust all or part of the handling of Personal Data to a third party, we shall exercise necessary and appropriate supervision over the third party in order to ensure the safe management of Personal Information.
- If the person requests disclosure, correction (correction, addition, or deletion), or discontinuation of use (discontinuation of use or deletion, or discontinuation of provision to third parties) of the Personal Data, please contact the inquiry desk listed at the end of this policy. After confirming the identity of the person, we will take prompt action. However, this does not apply to cases where we deem that the request meets the exceptional requirements stipulated by laws and regulations.
If you have any questions about our handling of Personal Information, please contact us.
Please be aware that this policy is subject to change without notice.
Service Screen and Personal Information Protection: Site Posting Screen
Among the information we provide, the following service contents are provided as follows from the viewpoint of protecting personal information.
Major shareholder information
Addresses of individual shareholders are eliminated.
Top 10 shareholders
Upon request by the person concerned, "Individual shareholder" shall be referred to in lieu of such individual name.
11th or later
Referred to as "individual shareholder"
and third-party allotment of new shares
Deletion of personal information
Upon request by the person concerned to suspend the provision of personal information, only such information shall be deleted.
If requested, the foregoing procedures will be implemented in cooperation with NIKKEI Inc.
Please contact us
for a request to suspend the provision of personal information or for any other inquiries.
GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation of the EU) Supplementary Rules
25 October, 2021
QUICK Corp. ("QUICK") will comply with the following supplementary rules in handling Personal Data provided from the EU（European Union, including its Member States and, in the light of the EEA Agreement, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway, collectively "EU") or the United Kingdom (“UK”) based on an adequacy decision in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation of the EU and its equivalent laws and regulations in the UK (collectively, “GDPR”).
- Special Care-required Personal Information
In the event that Personal Data received from the EU or the UK based on an adequacy decision contains data concerning a natural person's sex life, sexual orientation, or labor-union membership, which are defined as "Special Categories of Personal Data" under the GDPR, QUICK shall handle such Personal Data in the same manner as special care-required personal information within the meaning of Article 2, paragraph 3 of the Act on the Protection of Personal Information of Japan ("Act").
- Specifying the Purpose of Use and Restrictions on the Purpose of Use
In the case where QUICK receives Personal Data from the EU or the UK based on an adequacy decision, the circumstances regarding the acquisition of the said personal data shall be confirmed and recorded as prescribed by Article 26, paragraphs 1 and 3, including the utilization purpose for which it is received from the EU or the UK.
Similarly, in the case where QUICK receives Personal Data from another personal information handling business operator, that was previously transferred to such business operator from the EU or the UK based on an adequacy decision, the circumstances regarding the acquisition of the said personal data shall be confirmed and recorded as prescribed by Article 26, paragraphs 1 and 3, including the utilization purpose for which it was received.
In the above-mentioned cases, QUICK shall specify the purpose of utilizing the said personal data within the scope of the utilization purpose for which the data was originally or subsequently received, as confirmed and recorded pursuant to Article 26, paragraphs 1 and 3, and utilize that data within the said scope (as prescribed by Articles 15, paragraph 1 and Article 16, paragraph 1 of the Act).
- Restrictions on Provision to Third Parties in Foreign Countries
When providing a third party in a foreign country with Personal Data that has been received from the EU or the UK based on an adequacy decision, QUICK shall obtain in advance the consent of the individual to the effect that the individual approves the provision of the Personal Data to the third party in the foreign country, after providing the individual with information on the circumstances surrounding the transfer destination necessary for the individual to make a decision regarding the consent, excluding the cases fall under one of the following (1) through (3).
The third party is located in a country that is prescribed by the Rules of the Personal Information Protection Commission as a foreign country establishing a Personal Information protection system that is recognized to have equivalent standards to that in Japan in regard to the protection of an individual’s rights and interests.
The third party located in a foreign country takes "measures in line with the purpose of the regulations in Chapter 4, Section 1 of the Act" in an "appropriated and reasonable manner".
Cases fall under each item of Article 23, Paragraph 1 of the Act.
- Anonymously Processed Information
QUICK shall deem Personal Data received from the EU or the UK based on an adequacy decision to be Anonymously Processed Information within the meaning of Article 2, Paragraph 9 of the Act, only if QUICK takes measures that make the de-identification of the individual irreversible for anyone including by deleting processing method etc. related information (*).
(*) The processing method etc. related information means information relating to those descriptions etc. and individual identification codes which were deleted from Personal Information used to produce Anonymously Processed Information, and information relating to a processing method carried out pursuant to the provisions of Article 36, Paragraph1 of the Act (limited to those which can restore the Personal Information by use of such relating information).