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Use of the Web Site
The U-TEC Web site was designed for use with Internet Explorer 5.01 or later, or Netscape Communicator 4.7 or later. Some content and navigation functions employ Macromedia FlashTM; the plug-in required to browse the site can be downloaded by following the link below. There is no need to download the plug-in if it is already installed on your computer.

Flash Player

The U-TEC Web site uses cascading style sheets and JavaScript to make browsing more convenient. The appearance may differ somewhat depending on the browser and settings used, but the text content will remain unchanged.

Copyright of Material on the U-TEC Web Site
The text, photographs, illustrations, and so forth (hereafter collectively referred to as “content”) on the U-TEC Web site are protected by copyright of the owner—either U-TEC Corporation or a third party. U-TEC makes no guarantees regarding content appearing on the Web site or links to the U-TEC Web site. Furthermore, U-TEC bears no responsibility for the content of Web sites linked to on the U-TEC Web site. Content appearing on the U-TEC Web site is subject to change or discontinuation without prior notice.

Protection of Personal Information Input to the U-TEC Web Site
Any personal information collected via the U-TEC Web site, such as users' names, postal addresses, e-mail addresses, telephone numbers, and so forth, will be used only for the purposes stated. Before using personal information for any other purpose, U-TEC will notify the user in advance of the new uses. All personal information collected from users is held in strict confidence and will never be disclosed to third parties, leaked, or used for purposes other than those stated at the time of collection, without the prior consent of the user. Except for the cases listed below, personal information will never be disclosed to third parties without the consent of the user:
  • When the user has consented to disclosure of the personal information.
  • When it is necessary to disclose information to a partner company in order to achieve the purpose stated at the time of collection. (In this case, the partner company will be required to manage personal information strictly, under the same obligations as those applying to U-TEC, and will not be allowed to use the information for any purposes other than those stated.)
  • In accordance with a legally binding request from a judicial or administrative body.
  • In accordance with a request from a government agency or local public body to disclose confidential information in accordance with a statutory requirement, such as a law or government ordinance.
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