Article 12 [Handling of Content Data] 1.
For the purposes of these Terms and Conditions, the term "card" shall refer to data posted by users on the Service to express their appreciation to each other, and the term "content data" shall refer to any of the following
(1) The contents of the text entered into the card (card body, comments on the card)
(2) Card design template
(3) Images attached to the card.
The final card data that is a composite of (1) through (3).
The copyright of the contents data shall be as follows.
(1) With respect to the rights defined in Articles 18 through 20 of the Copyright Act of Japan, the user who posted the content data shall not exercise or allow a third party to exercise such rights against the Company or a third party designated by the Company.
The rights defined in Articles 21 through 28 of the Copyright Act of Japan shall be transferred free of charge from the user who posted the content data to the Company and shall belong to the Company. 3.
Users shall not disclose content data to third parties without the consent of the Company. 4.
The user who posted the content data shall own all patent rights, trademark rights, trade secrets, copyrights and other property rights, privacy rights including personal information, portrait rights, and other rights related to the content data posted by the user, or shall not disclose the content data to any third party without the consent of the Company. 4. You warrant that you have the necessary licenses, rights, consents, and permissions to allow us to use the Content Data as provided herein. In the unlikely event that any dispute arises between the Company and a third party regarding the rights to the Content Data, the User shall resolve the issue at the User's expense and responsibility, and shall not cause any inconvenience or damage to the Company. 5.
Even after this Agreement is terminated by a user, the content data posted by that user shall not be deleted, but shall be stored by the Company, and the Company shall be able to use the content data posted by that user. However, the Company shall use the content data after taking measures to prevent the display of information that identifies the individual user. 6.
The Company shall not be liable for any damages incurred by users or third parties in relation to the Content Data, except in cases where the Company is intentionally or grossly negligent. 7.
In principle, the Company shall not disclose the relevant content data to a third party without the consent of the user. However, this does not apply to cases where the Company is obligated by law to disclose such data, such as inquiries from government agencies based on laws and regulations, and cases where the Company can use or disclose such data based on laws and regulations including the Copyright Act.
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Data archiving and removal policy
Article 7 [Prohibited Acts and Management] 1.
The User shall not engage in the following acts when using the Service.
(1) Acts that violate laws or public order and morals
(2) Acts that promote or suggest the commission of criminal acts.
(iii) Actions that infringe or may infringe the intellectual property rights, portrait rights, publicity rights, or other legitimate rights of the Company or a third party.
(4) Any action that infringes or may infringe the property, credit, honor or privacy of the Company or any third party.
(5) An act of disclosing information that can identify the individual in question without the permission of a third party.
(6) Actions that violate laws and regulations in the area where this service is provided.
7. Actions that cause disadvantage or damage to a third party.
(viii) Acts of slandering or defaming a third party.
(ix) Acts of advertising for the purpose of business or advertising, etc., unless otherwise authorized by the Company.
(⑩ Actions that are judged to have the purpose of excessively or inappropriately directing users to specific external websites.
(11) Actions that are judged to have a negative impact on children and young people.
(xii) Linking to adult sites or dating sites that are deemed illegal or harmful.
(⑬ Actions that interfere with the provision of this service.
(14) Duplication, alteration, reverse engineering, decompiling or disassembling of the Service and related application software.
(⑮) Any act of duplicating, modifying, reverse engineering, decompiling or disassembling the Service and related application software for the Service. 15 Any act of using the facilities for the Company to provide the Service (referring to computers and other equipment and software used or intended to be used by the Company to provide the Service. The same shall apply hereinafter.) (2) Interfere with the normal operation of the equipment used by the Company to provide the Service (referring to computers and other equipment and software used or intended to be used by the Company to provide the Service; the same shall apply hereinafter), or destroy or damage the Service equipment or data.
(16) Distributing harmful computer programs such as computer viruses through or in connection with the Service.
(18) An act of allowing another user to use the service, unless otherwise authorized by the Company.
(19) Any other act that the Company deems inappropriate.
In the event that the Company suffers any damage as a result of an act by a User falling under any of the items of the preceding paragraph, the User shall be liable to compensate the Company for such damage. 3.
In the event that the Company discovers an act that falls under any of the items of Paragraph 1 in the use of the Service by a User, the Company may request that the User correct or delete the act, and the User shall promptly correct or delete the act. 4.
The User shall be solely responsible for any and all liability and costs arising from claims made by third parties due to the User's use of the Service.
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Data storage policy
(3) How We Collect Personal Information
We will collect your information in one of the methods as follows:
① You personally entering information directly on our designated website or document (including e-mail)
② You personally communicating to us verbally over the phone or in person
③ Any other methods specified by us
Furthermore, information about your activities on our services available for internet users (hereafter referred to as “our services”) will be automatically collected and recorded on each of our services’ servers.
Data hosting company
App/service has sub-processors
Certifications & compliance
Data deletion request procedure
While this app may offer HIPAA compliance, Slack does not have a business associate agreement with any third-party application providers, including those in the Slack App Directory, so you are responsible for validating the provider's compliance and executing an appropriate agreement before enabling.
Executive summary is available to potential customers upon request
Supports Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML)