- 1. Protection of Copyright and Trademark Right
All the contents including information and images posted on Web Site ( “ Contents “ ) are copyrighted, trademarked by Corporation or subject to other intellectual property rights owned by Corporation.
In using Web Site, you agree to observe laws of copyright, trademark and other intellectual property rights.
You are not permitted to make secondary use of Contents including copying, diversion and sales of Content.
- 2. Linked Website
Corporation is in no way responsible for any content of Linked Web Site or damage arising out of your use of Linked Web Site.
You may not link to Web Site without the prior consent of Corporation.
- 3. Prohibited Deeds
You agree not to use Web Site to do the following deeds:
(1) Any deed to infringe or possibly to infringe the properties or privacy of Corporation or Third party
(2) Any deed to create or possibly to create disadvantage or loss for Corporation or Third Party
(3) Any deed to disparage, slander or intimidate Corporation or Third Party
(4) Any deed to offend or possibly to offend public order and morals
(5) Any criminal act or deed which is or possibly be linked to criminal acts
(6) Any false declaration or notification such as the registration of others' e-mail addresses
(7) Any sales activity, any deed for the purpose of profit-making or the preparation thereof
(8) Any deed to defame or tarnish Corporation or Third Party
(9) Any deed to use or offer, or possibly to use or offer harmful programs such as computer viruses
(10)Any other deed Corporation deems possibly to interfere with the management of Web Site
(11)Any other deed to violate or possibly to violate laws, regulations or ordinances
(12)Any other deed Corporation deems improper
- 4. Immunity
Though Corporation pays particular care to post Contents on Web Site, it is in no way responsible for any fault such as the existence of harmful agents including computer viruses on Web Site or servers, and damage arising out of the changes or downloading of Contents.
- 5. Governing Laws and a Court of Jurisdiction
Except as otherwise stipulated, the court of jurisdiction for any dispute over Web Site shall be the Otsu District Court as a court of first instance.
- 6. How to Inquire about Web Site
- For inquiry about Web Site and links, e-mail Corporation using “ E-Mail Form for Inquiry”.