Gosenjaku Inc. makes it a rule never to make personal information public or provide it to a third party without the consent of the person in question.
When personal information is provided to a third party, it will only be done after receiving the consent of the individual in question.
However, the following cases are exceptions to this.
- When a request is made by a government or municipal office, such as a request by the police
- When specifically compelled to do so by law
Furthermore, when explaining our services to collaborating firms, advertisers, or other third parties, or when working on joint ventures, personal information may be tallied and analyzed, and the resulting statistical data that doesn’t contain any personal information (such as overall information describing general trends among our clients as a whole) disclosed.