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Privacy Policy

This policy was last updated on December 1, 2018.


This website is operated by the secretariat (hereafter referred to as ‘SECRETARIAT’ or ‘We’) of the KJCOS 2019 (hereafter referred to as ‘MEETING’), and this privacy policy applies to this website only.

At www.kjcos2019.org (hereafter referred to as ‘WEBSITE’), the SECRETARIAT respects its participants and understands that you are concerned about privacy. We are posting this privacy policy to let you know what kind of information we collect, how it is handled, with whom it may be shared, what choices you have regarding the SECRETARIAT’s use of your information, and how you may access some of the data you provide to the SECRETARIAT.

As the SECRETARIAT continues to develop the WEBSITE and take advantage of technologies to improve the services we offer, the privacy policy may change. We therefore encourage you to refer to this policy on an ongoing basis so that you understand the SECRETARIAT’s current privacy policy.

If you have any questions about this policy, please contact our Privacy Protection Manager at kjcos2019@kjcos2019.org.

What Information Do We Collect? The SECRETARIAT collects various types of information depending upon how you use the WEBSITE:
• When you create account and register for the MEETING, we collect your name, residential address, email address, affiliation as well as the position and some other contact information. All the information collected in this procedure will automatically be saved in “Registration Status” for ease of reference and to help you to go on to the next step (registration, abstract submission, etc.) as quickly as possible.
• Our primary goal in collecting personal information including your first name, last name, phone number(s), valid email, residential address, and credit card data is to provide you with a smooth, efficient, customized registration experience.
• When you submit a question to the administrator by e-mail, we need your email address to respond; you may also provide us with additional information to help the person in charge at the SECRETARIAT answer your question.

What Are Cookies and Do We Use Them?


A cookie is a small piece of information sent by a website, which is saved on your hard disk by your computer's browser. It holds information a site may need to interact with you and personalize your experience. At the WEBSITE, we use two kinds of cookies: session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies exist only for as long as your browser remains open. Once you exit your browser, they go away. The SECRETARIAT uses session cookies to maintain information we need to have in order for you to register for the MEETING.
For example, the Session ID cookie that we ask your browser to hold retains the ID for My Page. Without the Session ID cookie, you cannot add and modify any information that you input at the time of your sign-up.

Persistent cookies, in contrast, last from visit to visit; they do not go away when you exit your browser. At the WEBSITE, we use persistent cookies to give you a more personalized browse and to help you navigate the WEBSITE more efficiently. The SECRETARIAT will use your information to enhance your site experience. However, you can use the WEBSITE without accepting a persistent cookie. To do so, you should set your browser options to reject persistent cookies. Alternatively, you can set your browser to notify you when you receive a cookie, which gives you the opportunity to decide whether you want to accept it or not. In many instances, the Help button on your browser toolbar will tell you how you can take these steps.

Cookies can be used by a website to recognize you. But that does not necessarily mean any personal information is stored in the cookies. At the WEBSITE, we store no personal information about you in the cookies. Anything you choose to tell us about yourself (such as your address and email address) is stored safely and separately on our secured servers, and you need to provide a password to access it.

The SECRETARIAT also uses cookies to look at how groups, rather than individuals, use the WEBSITE. In our administration page, we can observe which aisles and departments are most heavily trafficked and determine the best method to improve the experience for visitors. On the web, cookies help us develop a similar understanding so that we can continue to improve the arrangement, product offerings, registration and abstract submission at the WEBSITE.

How Do We Use Your Information?


The SECRETARIAT may use your information in a number of ways, including the following:
• To prepare the name tag, meals (for example welcome dinner), and other materials related to the MEETING. In some specific cases, some parts of your information may be shared with the SECRETARIAT’s partner companies, which have been carefully selected and approved by us for the preparation of the MEETING.
• To process any administrative or financial (related to the payment of your registration fee) matters that may arise in preparing for the MEETING • To communicate with you on any matters related to the preparation of the MEETING or to process your request regarding the MEETING.

Third Party Sharing


You also may use the address and phone number above to request that we not reveal your personal information to unrelated third parties for marketing purposes. If you choose to write to the SECRETAIAT, please include your name, address, and credit card account number to be used for settlement and state "NO THIRD PARTY SHARING" in your request.

 

Can I Access My Information?


If you are a user who has already signed up for the MEETING, you can update your information in “My Page,” and if you have questions about your status, you may also check them online in “My Page.”
If you would like, you may also an email to the SECRETARIAT.
Questions regarding your charge account may be forwarded to our Credit Customer Service Department.

 

Is My Information Secure?


The SECRETARIAT has put in place various physical, electronic, and managerial procedures to try to safeguard and secure the information we collect online. For example, private account and customer information is located on a secured server behind a firewall; it is not directly connected to the Internet. Encryption is a process by which a message or information is scrambled while it is in transit to the SECRETARIAT. It is based on a key that has two different parts, public and private. The public part of the key is distributed to those with whom you want to communicate. The private part is for the recipient's use only. So long as you use a browser that allows for encryption, when you send personal information to the SECRETARIAT, you use a public key to encrypt your personal information. If your information is intercepted during the transmission, it is scrambled and very difficult to decrypt. Once we receive your encrypted personal information, we use the private part of our key to decode it.

Please note however that while we implement many security measures on this site, 100% security cannot be guaranteed.

Thank you for your visit to the WEBSITE. If you have any questions or comments about this policy, please email the SECRETARIAT (kjcos2019@kjcos2019.org).