Personal information provided by Hiroshima Prefecture through this website will be handled appropriately as follows in accordance with the Hiroshima Prefectural Personal Information Protection Ordinance.
What is personal information
It refers to information about an individual, such as address, name, telephone number, e-mail address, etc., that can identify a specific individual (whose information it is).
Collection of personal information
In principle, when Hiroshima Prefecture collects personal information through this website, the information will be provided by the user himself/herself.
We will collect personal information within the scope necessary to clarify the purpose of collection and achieve that purpose.
About the use and provision of personal information
Personal information provided by users will be used within the scope of the purpose of collection specified in advance.
Except in certain cases stipulated by the Personal Information Protection Ordinance, such as when there is consent of the individual, we will not use personal information beyond the purpose of collection, provide it to the outside, or otherwise.
About the management of personal information
We will properly manage personal information collected from users and take appropriate measures to prevent leakage, misappropriation, falsification, etc.
We will surely and promptly delete personal information that is no longer needed to be retained.
About recommended browsers
This site is produced with the aim of proper display in an environment with a large usage composition ratio on Windows and Macintosh, but some display defects and various functions may occur depending on the combination of browser and OS It may not be possible to use it. (This includes use in beta and preview versions of various browsers)
* We will continue to consider support for new browsers from time to time, but there are cases where stability of display and operation cannot be ensured due to browser-specific bugs that have not been announced.
We use an encrypted communication technology called “SSL (Secure Sockets Layer)” so that users can use it with peace of mind when sending and receiving data.
SSL is a mechanism to protect communication on the Internet by mutual authentication employing digital signatures and encrypted communication.
When personal information entered by the user is transmitted to the server, the communication is encrypted by this SSL.
Therefore, your personal information will not be read by an external third party.
If there is a “lock” mark at the bottom of the browser, it means that you are in SSL mode.
You don't need to make any special settings in your browser to use SSL.
However, it may not be possible to view it in older versions of browsers.