(B) The company wishes to subcontract to the subcontractor certain services that involve the processing of personal data. (1) Shared with LAWSON (1)Uses Shipping of products and promotional gifts, payments, related customer services, product and service announcements, campaign management and other customer services and/or marketing activities (surveys, analytics, etc.). (2) Types of personal data or related information to use LAWSON Member ID WEB, name, address, postal code, telephone number, fax number, e-mail address, selected history of products purchased by the company (amount of information stored on purchase history is limited to a minimum). (3) Party that shares personal data Lawson, Inc. (4)Party responsible for managing personal data Lawson Entertainment, Inc. I hereby acknowledge that the organization has the right to provide my personal data to third parties if this data processing agreement has been adapted by the ProtonMail DPA found on this page. Organizations can use the document below as part of their GDPR compliance. I give my consent to the processing of personal data: (2) Requests for disclosure, etc. from customers who have registered their personal data in the company`s retail business (1) Receipt a) The after-sales service processes requests for disclosure, etc., of the personal data of customers held by the company. *The procedures are different when a legal representative or a voluntary representative files the application. Please contact customer service for more details. b) Customers who have made a request will receive a “Request for Disclosure, etc.” form by post or e-mail. c) customers must fill in the required information on the form “request for disclosure, etc.” and send it to the after-sales service, together with a copy of their driving license, health insurance card or passport, in order to verify their identity.
d) When customers request the rectification of data, they must attach their form to supporting documents that document the reason why the customer`s personal data held by the company deviates from the facts. e) When customers request disclosure or documents setting out the purposes of the use of personal data, they must transfer the necessary fees to a bank account specified by the company. (2) Response a) The employees of the company will check the content of the form “Request for disclosure, etc”., as well as a copy of the identity document sent by the customer. b) When a correction is requested, the staff will consult the evidence proving why the customer`s personal data held by the company differs from the facts. c) if a) and/or b) prove to be complete, the company will send a written response to the customer`s request. However, for requests for disclosure or for documents setting out the purposes of the use of personal data, a response is only sent after confirmation that the customer has paid the required fees by bank transfer. (d) where the entity receives a request for rectification and the reason is considered legitimate, the data shall be corrected without delay and a notification thereof shall be sent to the customer. e) When the company receives a request to suspend the use of personal data, the staff will first confirm whether the data has been processed in a way that does not fall within the scope of “uses” and / or that has been acquired by fraud or other illicit means. If it turns out that this is the case, the company will suspend the use of personal data or delete it immediately and inform the customer in a response sent by e-mail.
f) In the event of a request to suspend the provision of data to third parties, even if there is no legal basis for a derogation, the company will first determine whether or not personal data has been passed on to third parties without the customer`s consent. . . .