Article 1: Application of this Agreement
- This Service will deliver information regarding the campaigns, events, and updates for the smartphone application “Touhou LostWord” to the user via email.
- All users who use this Service are subject to the Terms.
- By registering for this Service, you agree to the Terms.
- All registrations from minors shall be deemed to be done with the consent of their parents or guardians.
Article 2: Personal Information
We use the personal information we obtain from you for the following purposes.
- To send notifications in regards to “Touhou LostWord” campaigns, events, and other news;
- To provide support and communication to customers and to introduce products and services;
- Outsourcing of the above services.
For more information regarding our handling of users’ personal information, please check the following URL:
Article 3: Disclaimer
- The Company may suspend or terminate the Service in whole or in part or change the content of the Service at any time without prior notice;
- The Company does not guarantee any information obtained through the Service (including its accuracy and usefulness);
- The Company shall not be responsible for any damage (including damage to the customer’s usage environment, software, connection, etc.) caused in relation to the Service (including suspension or termination of the Service or changes to the content).
Article 4: Changes to the Terms
The Company may change or revise the Terms by publishing them on the official website of “Touhou LostWord” without prior notice.
In respect of global privacy policies, GOOD SMILE COMPANY, INC. abides by the following protocols active in our regions of service:
- The United States: The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (“CCPA”) and the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (“COPPA”).
- The European Union: The General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”).
Article 6: Your Rights Regarding Collected Data
As outlined in the GDPR, CCPA, and other relevant sources of regional authority, the user may request, via writing, an electronic copy of their stored personal data. In the process of such a request, the user will be asked to provide relevant information to verify their identity and link it back to their account for security purposes. In addition, users may request to modify personal data, delete information, or opt out of data sharing with full knowledge of these decisions’ impacts on their user experience.
In accordance with the GDPR and CCPA, the user has:
- The Right To Access Collected, Disclosed, and Sold Personal Information
You have the right to gain free access to any collected, disclosed, and sold personal information as described in the GDPR and CCPA. Under no circumstance will our service sell the information of minors under the age of 16 (or equivalent age in their country of residence), and you have full right to request proof as to whether we possess knowledge of processing such information. Your personal privacy information may be further altered to a certain extent via the in-game options menu.
- The Right To Rectification
We work to ensure that all processed personal information is accurate when you engage with our various services. However, if any stored data is inaccurate or out of date, you have the right to rectify this information in fulfillment of Article 16 of the GDPR (“Right to Rectification”). Any updates to user information can be accomplished via the link provided in our Newsletter emails. If the user requires additional help, support can be provided via email inquiry to ensure the swift modification of such data.
- The Right To Erasure
You have the right to request the deletion of any personal information collected and stored by our services, as described by Article 17 of the GDPR (‘‘Right to be Forgotten”) and the CCPA (for more information regarding the CCPA, please refer to its section written below). Data deletion may also be requested on legal grounds. In either case, you may contact support to request the deletion of stored personal information.
- The Right to Object
In conformity with Article 21 of the GDPR (“Right to Object”) and similar applicable laws in serviced countries, you have the right to object to any data processing practices engaged by utilizing our service. If a user objects, data will cease to be processed by our services outside of legitimate grounds if deemed necessary. Furthermore, you have the right to object to having your profile data processed for marketing research purposes as outlined in the GDPR.
- The Right to Restriction of Processing
You have the right to restrict the processing of any personal data in accordance with Article 18 (“Right to Restriction of Processing”) of the GDPR and other relevant applicable laws in your country of residence. Restriction of Processing may be requested if the following criteria are satisfied:
a. You object to the accuracy of stored personal data. In this instance, all processing will cease until the information is rectified by our service.
b. The processing is deemed unlawful and you opt to restrict it instead of requesting the erasure of the data.
c. The personal data is no longer required by our service, but you wish to access it on the grounds of exercising legal claims.
d. In relation to Article 21(1) (“Right to Object”), the user may seek to verify whether our service has legitimate grounds that override their request to deny data processing.
- The Right to Personal Data Portability
Conforming to Article 16 of the GDPR (“Right to Data Portability”) and any other applicable laws pertaining to your country of residence, you have the right to receive stored personal data in a structured and commonly used machine-readable format. Furthermore, per regulation, you have the right to transmit this data to another controller without interference from our service.
Article 7: Governing Law and Jurisdiction
The Terms shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of Japan. In the event that a lawsuit becomes necessary in relation to the Terms, the Tokyo District Court shall have exclusive jurisdiction of the first instance.
Enacted on January 24th, 2023.