The World Tsunami Day 2020 High School Student Summit website (https://tsunami2022niigata.jp/) (hereinafter referred to as "this site") In operating this website (hereinafter referred to as "this site"), we will take into consideration the protection of the privacy of users and will strive to properly manage personal information in accordance with the "Niigata Prefecture Personal Information Protection Ordinance".
Niigata Prefecture Personal Information Protection Ordinance
Personal information is defined in "Article 2, Item 1 of the Niigata Prefecture Personal Information Protection Ordinance" and specifically refers to information that can identify a specific individual, such as name, address, telephone number, and e-mail address.
In general, you do not have to disclose any information about yourself when you browse our website, and you are free to browse our website anonymously. When you use the "Request for Opinions," "Letter to the Governor," or "Contact the Site Master or other organizations," we ask you to provide your name, contact information, e-mail address, and opinions, etc. When we collect such personal information, we clearly state the purpose for which the information is being collected, and we do so only within the scope of that purpose. This site may conduct statistical analysis in order to promote the creation of a website that better meets the needs of users, but personal information will not be collected for the purpose of collecting and analyzing such information.
Personal information collected on this site will be used only for the purposes specified in advance within the scope of use and provision stipulated in the Niigata Prefecture Personal Information Protection Ordinance. In addition, such personal information will be properly managed in accordance with the Niigata Prefecture Personal Information Protection Ordinance and the Niigata Prefecture Information Security Policy to prevent leakage, unauthorized use, or tampering.
This site uses SSL (Secure Socket Layer) encrypted communication for some parts of the site, such as forms, in order to securely exchange data that requires the protection of users' personal information. Users do not need to configure any special settings for this function, and their information will be automatically protected by this function if they use their normal settings. Please note, however, that the relevant page may not be displayed or input may not be possible if the user has changed the browser settings or the user's LAN or other settings.
Some pages use a technology called "cookies" to allow you to use certain pages. Cookies" are industry-standard technologies used by web servers to identify your computer and are actually small text files. Generally, cookies are used to record personal information (user IDs and passwords) and operation histories provided to the site administrator by website users, and to analyze access conditions and trends for use as statistical information. Cookies" can identify users' computers, but cannot identify individual users unless they enter or provide detailed personal information. The Niigata Prefecture website can be viewed and used anonymously with or without the "cookie" function. Depending on your browser, you may be able to change its settings to disable the cookie function, but as a result, you may not be able to use all or part of the services on some pages.
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