JSSC | Privacy Policy


Privacy Policy


Basic premise

At the Japan Support Center for Suicide Countermeasures (hereinafter referred to as "the JSSC"), we are collecting information from everyone using the Official Website of the JSSC (hereinafter referred to as "the Site") in areas necessary to the smooth operation of the services (such as information provision) provided by the Site. Information acquired will be handled appropriately within the scope of the purposes of use. This privacy policy is based on the policy of the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare.


Scope of information acquisition

We automatically collect and store Internet domain names, IP addresses, information about access to the Site. Cookies (information transmitted from the server to the user's browser and stored on the user's computer in order for the server to identify users) did not use.
At the use of the site, we may ask you to write your name, contact address, e-mail address and so on.


Purposes of use

The information acquired in this site will be used as a reference in for the smooth operation of the JSSC and the service provided by the website. Email addresses will be used to reply to.


Limitations on use and provision

At the JSSC, except in cases of legal disclosure requests, cases of illegal access, threats and other unlawful acts or other special reasons, the information acquired will not be used by ourselves for any purposes other than above described., nor will it be provided to any third party.
However, statistical information regarding access to the Site or information on users' attributes may be made public.


Measures to ensure security

The JSSC is taking the measures necessary to manage acquired information appropriately to prevent the leakage, loss or destruction of acquired information.


Disclosure of personal information

We do not collect names, birth dates and other information able to identify individuals on the Site.


Scope of application

This privacy policy applies only to the Site.



This policy may be modified in the future. (2016.7.1)