Privacy Policy

CyberFight’s Privacy Policy

  • CyberFight, Inc. (hereinafter referred to as “CyberFight”, “we”, “our” or “us”) complies with the Act on the Protection of Personal Information, relevant governmental and ministerial ordinances, and guidelines (hereinafter referred to as “Laws and Regulations”) and appropriately manages and uses personal information as described below. This Privacy Policy is subject to the privacy policy, terms of use, guidelines, etc. (hereinafter referred to as “Service Regulations”) of each service. In the event of any conflict between this Privacy Policy and the contents of the Service Regulations, the contents of the Service Regulations shall take precedence.

1. Obtainment of Personal Information

  • CyberFight will obtain personal information to the scope necessary for the achievement of the purpose of utilization notified or announced in advance through appropriate and lawful means.

2. Cookies, Advertising Identifiers, and IP Address Information

  • CyberFight does not consider cookies, advertising identifiers (including but not limited to Identifiers for Advertisers/IDFA and Google Advertising Identifiers/AAID) and IP address information (hereinafter collectively referred to as "Cookies, etc.") to be personal information as Cookies, etc. cannot be used independently to identify a specific individual. However, we will deem Cookies, etc. to be personal information if they are incorporated and used together with personal information. CyberFight discloses the purpose or method of utilization of any Cookies, etc. it utilizes within the media it operates, even if any specific individual cannot be identified. It is possible to set a browser or operating system to refuse cookies and advertising identifiers, and if a service cannot be used when a browser or operating system is set to block cookies and advertising identifiers, we will make a public announcement to that effect. Cookies and IDFA/ADID can be blocked via the following page. https://www.wrestle-universe.com/cookie

3. Specification of Purpose of Utilization of Personal Information

  • CyberFight specifies, to the extent possible, the purpose of utilization of personal information it handles, and notifies the individual who is the subject of the personal information in a concrete and easy-to-understand manner, or publicizes such purpose.

4. Restrictions on Utilization of Personal Information

  • CyberFight does not handle your personal information beyond the scope necessary for the achievement of the purpose of utilization without obtaining your prior consent. Even if we acquire your personal information as a result of a merger or any other instance of succession of business, we will not, without obtaining your prior consent, handle your personal information beyond the scope necessary for achieving the purpose of utilization before the succession of business. However, these restrictions do not apply in any of the following cases:
    • (1) a case in which the handling of personal information is based on any law or ordinance;
    • (2) a case in which the handling of personal information is necessary for the protection of the life, body, or property of an individual and in which it is difficult to obtain your consent;
    • (3) a case in which the handling of personal information is especially necessary for improving public health or promoting the sound growth of children and in which it is difficult to obtain your consent; or
    • (4) a case in which the handling of personal information is necessary for cooperation with a state organ, a local government, or any party delegated by either a state organ or local government to execute affairs prescribed by any law or ordinance and in which obtaining your consent is likely to impede the execution of those affairs.

5. Proper Acquisition of Personal Information

  • CyberFight acquires personal information in an appropriate manner and does not acquire personal information through deception or any other wrongful means. In addition, we are also mindful to avoid collecting information of a personal nature from any child under the age of fifteen (15) unless we have good reason to do so with the consent of a legal representative (such as a person who has parental authority).

6. Notice of Purpose of Utilization at the Time of Acquisition of Personal Information

  • CyberFight publicly announces in advance the purpose of utilization of any personal information it acquires from you; however, this provision does not apply in any of the following cases:
    • (1) a case in which notifying you of the purpose of utilization or publicly announcing it is likely to harm your or a third party’s life, body, or property or any other right or interest held by you or a third party;
    • (2) a case in which notifying you of the purpose of utilization or publicly announcing it is likely to harm any right or legitimate interest of CyberFight;
    • (3) a case in which it is necessary to cooperate with a state organ or a local government to execute affairs prescribed by any law or ordinance and in which notifying you of the purpose of utilization or publicly announcing it is likely to impede the execution of those affairs; or
    • (4) a case in which it is deemed that the purpose of utilization is clear in consideration of the circumstances of the acquisition.

7. Changes to Purpose of Utilization of Personal Information

  • CyberFight will not change the purpose of utilization of your personal information beyond a scope in which it is reasonably considered that the purpose of utilization after the change remains relevant to that before the change and will notify you of or publicly announce any change to the purpose of utilization.

8. Secure Management of Personal Information and Supervision of Employees

  • CyberFight provides personal information protection regulations to prevent leakage of, loss of, or damage to personal information and to otherwise securely manage personal information and carries out necessary and appropriate supervision of its employees.

9. Supervision of Delegated Parties

  • If CyberFight completely or partially delegates handling of personal information, then we will enter into an agreement with the delegated party that includes provisions concerning confidentiality or will request that delegated party’s agreement with stipulations made by us and will carry out necessary and appropriate supervision to ensure that the delegated party carries out secure management of the personal information.

10. Restrictions on Provision to Third Parties

  • CyberFight does not provide your personal information to a third party without obtaining your prior consent, except in any of the following cases:
    • (1) a case in which the provision of personal information is based on law or ordinance;
    • (2) a case in which the provision of personal information is necessary for the protection of the life, body, or property of an individual and in which it is difficult to obtain your consent;
    • (3) a case in which the provision of personal information is especially necessary for improving public health or promoting the sound growth of children and in which it is difficult to obtain your consent;
    • (4) a case in which the handling of personal information is necessary for cooperation with a state organ, a local government, or any party delegated by either a state organ or local government to execute affairs prescribed by any law or ordinance and in which obtaining your consent is likely to impede the execution of those affairs.

11. Personal Information Disclosure

  • CyberFight will disclose to you your personal information without delay if you request disclosure. However, we may decide not to disclose all or part of your personal information in any of the following cases, and in that case we will notify you to that effect without delay:
  • (1) a case in which disclosure is likely to harm your or a third party’s life, body, property, or any other right or interest held by you or a third party;
  • (2) a case in which disclosure is likely to seriously impede the proper execution of CyberFight’s business; or
  • (3) a case in which disclosure will breach any other law or ordinance.

12. Correction of Personal Information

  • If you request CyberFight to correct, add, or delete any details of your personal information on the grounds that those details of your personal information are false, we will, except in cases in which any special procedure is prescribed by any other law or ordinance, carry out any necessary investigation without delay within the scope necessary for the achievement of the purpose of utilization and, on the basis of the results, correct, add, or delete those details of your personal information and notify you to that effect.

13. Discontinuance of Utilization of Personal Information

  • If you request CyberFight to discontinue utilizing or to erase your personal information on the grounds that your personal information is being handled in a manner that exceeds the scope of the purpose of utilization publicly announced in advance or because your personal information has been acquired through deception or any other wrongful means, we will carry out any necessary inspection on your personal information without delay and, on the basis of the results, discontinue utilizing or erase your personal information and notify you to that effect. However, this provision does not apply in any case in which it requires excessively large costs or it is otherwise difficult to discontinue utilizing or to erase your personal information and in which we take necessary alternative measures to protect your rights and interests.

14. Explanation of Reasons

  • If CyberFight decides not to do any of the following despite receiving a request from you, we will endeavor to explain the reason for that decision to you when notifying you of that decision:
  • (1) notify the purpose of utilization of your personal information;
  • (2) disclose all or some of your personal information;
  • (3) discontinue utilizing or erase your personal information; or
  • (4) discontinue provision of your personal information to any third party.

    15. Inquiries

    • If you have any questions or concerns regarding the contents of this Privacy Policy, please use the following contact details: Tadashi Takagi Representative Director Personal Information Protection Manager CyberFight, Inc. 2-1-2 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 160-0022 For inquiries via email: ddt@ddtpro.co.jp Established: September 24, 2004 Revised: April 1, 2022

    Guidelines for Handling Personal Information

    Last Updated: April 1, 2022

    (For WRESTLE UNIVERSE Users)

    Users of the video streaming service “WRESTLE UNIVERSE” (hereinafter referred to as “the Service”) provided by CyberFight, Inc. (hereinafter referred to as “CyberFight”, “we”, “our” or “us”) are requested to read and agree to the following terms. In accordance with CyberFight’s Privacy Policy, CyberFight shall strictly manage the personal information of customers who use the Service (hereinafter referred to as “you” or “user”), and shall stipulate the following guidelines on handling of personal information (hereinafter referred to as “Guidelines”) for specific details regarding the personal information obtained and how it processed and used.

    1. Scope of these Guidelines

    • These Guidelines applies to users who use the Service.

    2. Information Collected

    • 1. CyberFight obtains the following types of personal information from users.
    • 2. Personal information means information as defined in the Act on the Protection of Personal Information (hereinafter referred to as the "Personal Information Protection Act"), relevant governmental and ministerial ordinances, and guidelines (hereinafter referred to as “Laws and Regulations”).
    • 3. The following are specific examples of how we collect personal information.
      • 1) When information is obtained by entering the required information for membership registration in order to start using the Service or to use a specific service within the Service.
      • 2) When obtaining user access information, cookies, advertising ID numbers, etc. through browsers or applications (SDKs, web beacons, etc.) when users use the Service.
      • 3) When acquiring email addresses, etc. (this may include user’s name and contact information) that users submit via inquiry forms for inquiries about the Service.
      • 4) When a user applies to participate in an event or other activity related to the Service, or sends us a document or other information.
    • 4. In order for CyberFight to provide the Service to users, it is essential that such information be provided by users. If you do not want us to collect your personal information, please do not to provide it to us.

    3. Cookies and Web Beacons

    • We use cookies in the Service, a small text file that may be used to collect information about your activity on the Service and to make the use of the Service as comfortable as possible for you, not only for your current use of the respective Service but also for latter uses. For example, when someone visits a web page within the Service, a cookie is placed on the user’s device (if the user accepts cookies) or is read if the user has accessed the Service previously. These cookies enable us to collect information such as user ID, app version, operation system, device name, and error code, etc. You may set most browsers to notify you if you receive a cookie, or you may choose to block cookies with your browser. If you do so, you may not be able to take advantage of the personalized features enjoyed by other users of our Service. We also use Web Beacons (also known as "clear GIFs", "web bugs" or "pixel tags") tiny graphics with a unique identifier, similar in function to cookies, which are used to count the number of users who have visited certain web pages of the Service and to help determine the effectiveness of promotional or advertising campaigns. When used in HTML-formatted email messages, web beacons can inform the sender whether and when the email has been opened. In contrast to cookies, which are stored on a user's computer's hard drive, web beacons are embedded invisibly on web pages.

    For residents of the European Economic Area and the United Kingdom, the following shall also apply:

    • CyberFight processes cookies (except essential cookies) and personal data obtained through cookies for the purposes described in Article 5, based on the user's consent. Users may withdraw their consent to this processing at any time. However, this does not affect the legality of the processing that took place before the user withdrew their consent.

    4. Cookies and Tracking Tools of Third-Party Providers

    • Google Analytics
    • CyberFight uses Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by Google LLC ("Google"), that collects anonymous statistical and analytical information about how users use the Service. For example, Google gathers and aggregates data about page views and clicks on the Service. These analytics are not used to track your journey to other websites or to identify you. The information generated by the Google Analytics cookies regarding your use of the Service (including your IP address) will be transmitted to and stored by Google on servers in the United States and Japan. For information on how to opt out of Google Analytics cookies, please visit: http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout or adjust your web browser settings to block these cookies along with other cookies.

    5. Use of Personal Information

    • 1. CyberFight may process your personal information for the purposes specified below:
      • 1) To deliver content and provide related services (such as notices and advertisements for matches and events);
      • 2) To develop services, compile statistics, analysis, questionnaires and other marketing activities intended to improve services;
      • 3) To contact and communicate with you to respond to your inquiries and complaints;
      • 4) To provide special offers, updated information and other new services from the Service or other third parties, or if you have requested this information or promotional materials;
      • 5) To provide services requested by you;
      • 6) To fulfill marketing or promotional purposes;
      • 7) To confirm, investigate, and analyze whether the Service meets your needs;
      • 8) To help us create and publish content that is most relevant to you;
      • 9) To notify you of any changes to the Privacy Policy, these Guidelines or Terms of Use, as necessary;
      • 10) To allow you access to limited-entry areas of the Service;
      • 11) To deliver newsletters and other information that you request;
      • 12) To contact you in response to your inquiries; and
      • 13) In other manners as disclosed within these Guidelines or at the time of collection.
    • 2. CyberFight will process your personal information in accordance with CyberFight's consent to you when you declare that you accept these Guidelines. You may revoke your consent to this process at any time. However, this does not affect the legality of the process taken before you revoked your consent.
    • 3. CyberFight retains your personal information as long as your account is active or as long as it is necessary to provide the Service.

    6. Disclosure to Third Parties

    • 1. CyberFight may only share or disclose your personal information with third parties in the following cases, and the third parties may use the personal information only for the period necessary to accomplish those purposes:
      • 1) To fulfill service to you. For example, if you choose to engage with services on the Service, we may share your personal information in order to provide the service to you. Also, if you are entering a sweepstake or contest, we may use your personal information in order to fulfill the terms of that promotion. This means that we may share information for prize fulfillment purposes including, for example, sharing your postal address with a postal service or mail carriers. We may also share your information with co-sponsors of that promotion.
      • 2) To outsource processing to affiliates, strategic partners, agents, third-party marketers, or other parties in order to provide services that are likely to be of interest to you. If you wish CyberFight not to use your personal information for marketing purposes, you may make a request in accordance with Section 8 of these Guidelines.
      • 3) To transfer personal and other information to Amazon Web Services, Inc. and other cloud service providers to store and manage users' personal data on our servers.
      • 4) To process and fulfill orders, provide customer service, maintain and analyze data, send customer communications, and collect entries, and other promotions. Delegated third parties, including unaffiliated third-party service providers, agents or independent contractors, who help us maintain our Service and provide other administrative services to us will be handling this. When delegating third parties to handle some or all personal information, CyberFight enters into confidentiality agreements and other agreements for the protection of personal information with the delegated parties and requests consent to the terms and agreements thereof so as to safely manage personal information. Third party service providers that help us administer our Service will have access to users’ personal information. If you do not wish for our unaffiliated third-party service providers to have access to your information, please do not register or submit any personal information to us.
      • 5) To comply with the laws and regulations, we may share personal information when necessary or in the good faith that such action is necessary under the requirements of the law, a legally-binding court order or governmental order from an investigation agency or competent regulatory authority that is issued through due process, to protect and defend and defend our rights or property, including the rights and property of CyberFight or to act in urgent circumstances when it is necessary to protect the life, body, or property of a person, and the consent of the identified individual is difficult to obtain.
      • 6) To third parties as part of any corporate reorganization process, including but not limited to mergers, acquisitions and sales of all or substantially all of our assets.
    • 2. CyberFight will not share or disclose your personal information to any third party except as provided in these Guidelines or with your consent.

    7. Security

    • 1. No data transmission over the Internet can be guaranteed to be 100% secure. Consequently, we cannot ensure or warrant the security of any information you transmit to us, and you understand that any information that you transfer to CyberFight is done at your own risk.
    • 2. CyberFight specifies rules for the protection of personal information, and incorporates appropriate administrative, technical, organizational, and physical security measures that are required under applicable laws and regulations.
    • 3. CyberFight uses firewalls to protect your information from unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration or destruction. However please note that this is not a guarantee that such information may not be accessed, disclosed, altered or destroyed by breach of such firewalls and secure server software.
    • 4. If we learn of security systems breach, we may attempt to notify you electronically so that you can take appropriate protective measures can be taken. By using the Service or providing personal information to us, you agree that we can communicate with you electronically regarding security, privacy, and administrative issues related to your use of the Service.
    • 5. We may post a notice on our Service if a security breach occurs. We may also send an email to you at the email address you have provided in these circumstances.

    8. Access, Portability & Correction of Personal Information

    • You have the right to access and to request the correction or transfer of the information that we hold about you or to object to the processing of any data relating to you, in accordance with Article 18 of these Guidelines. When we receive a request from you for access to, transfer of, correction of, addition to, deletion of or objection to the processing of personal information due to error (hereinafter referred to as "Correction"), we shall conduct any necessary investigation without delay and provide you or a nominated third party with your personal information as soon as possible or perform Correction as soon as possible.

    9. Choice & Opt-Outs

    • You may opt out at any time by turning off communications or data regarding the Service, including (i) notices of concerning usage violations, (ii) updates, and (iii) notifications regarding use of the Service, and information or data regarding transactions, products, and/or services that you may have purchased or selected, at the device level by means of a setting.

    10. Discontinuation & Deletion of Personal Information

    • You have the right to request that we stop processing your personal data and/or delete the information that we hold about you, in accordance with Article 18 of these Guidelines. If you request the deletion or erasure of personal information (hereinafter referred to as Discontinuation) because the information allegedly was handled in a manner exceeding the purpose of collection, or was acquired by deceit or other unlawful means, we shall, upon confirming that the person making the request is the identified individual, conduct any necessary investigation without undue delay and, based on its results, perform Discontinuation free of charge as far as this is possible for us and notify you. However, we may retain a copy of your personal data where we are required or permitted to so by law.

    11. International Transfer of Information

    • If you choose to provide us with personal information from outside Japan, it will be stored in Japan. CyberFight may transfer (by any means including sending or allowing access) that information across borders, and from your country or jurisdiction to other countries or jurisdictions around the world. If you are visiting the Service from the European Union (EU) or other regions with laws governing data collection and use, please note that your personal data is transferred to Japan. Japan does not have the same data protection laws as the EU and will not afford many of the rights conferred upon data subjects in the EU. By providing your personal information, you consent to:
      • 1. the use of your personal information for the purposes specified in these Guidelines;
      • 2. the transfer of your personal information to Japan as indicated above; and
      • 3. that the laws of Japan shall apply.

    12. Push Notification

    • We may send push notifications through the web or applications to send you updates and other service-related notifications that may be of importance to you. You may at any time opt out from receiving these types of communications by turning them off at the device level through your settings.

    13. Third Party Services

    • This statement applies solely to the information collected on the Service. The Service may contain links to other webservices. We are not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of these other webservices.

    14. Assignment

    • In the event that all or part of our assets are sold or acquired by another party, or in the event of a merger, you grant us the right to assign the personal and non-personal information collected via the Service to the other party.

    15. Changes to these Guidelines

    • 1. We reserve the right to change these Guidelines from time to time. When we do, we will also revise the "Last Updated" date at the top of these Guidelines.
    • 2. For some changes to these Guidelines, we may attempt to obtain your consent before implementing the change by placing a notice on the Service. Continued use of the Service following such notice will be viewed as consent to such changes unless otherwise specified.

    16. Online Tracking

    • Certain web browsers and other programs may be used to signal your preferences to us about how or whether we or third parties may collect information about your online activities. Because there is not yet an accepted standard for how to respond to a “Do Not Track” (DNT) signal, we do not support DNT browser settings and do not currently participate in any DNT frameworks that would allow us to respond to signals or other mechanisms from you regarding the collection of your personal information or non-personal information.

    17. Our Policy Regarding Children

    • We do not knowingly collect or solicit personal information from anyone under the age of thirteen (13) or knowingly allow such persons to use the Service. If you are under thirteen (13), please do not send any information about yourself to us, including your name, address, telephone number, or email address. No one under the age of thirteen (13) may provide any personal information. In the event that we learn that we have collected personal information from a child under age thirteen (13), we will delete that information as quickly as possible. If you believe that we might have any information from or about a child under the age of thirteen (13), please contact us at the email address below. ddt@ddtpro.co.jp

    18. Right to Complain

    • If you are not happy with the way in which we are processing your personal information, you have the right to lodge a complaint with your local data protection authority.

    19. Contacting Us

    • If you have any questions regarding these Guidelines, CyberFight's Privacy Policy or regarding information, correction, blockage, or deletion of data, please contact us at the following email address. ddt@ddtpro.co.jp

    Personal Information Protection Manager Representative Director: Tadashi Takagi Established: September 1, 2020 Revised: April 1, 2022

    Old: Privacy Policy for Wrestle Universe

    1. Definition of personal information

    • CyberFight Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as "CF") can identify personal information as information about living individuals (name, date of birth, and other specific individuals) as stipulated in the Act on the Protection of Personal Information. Information that can be provided), as well as information such as email addresses, user IDs, passwords, credit cards, etc. that are used in connection with a specific individual, and personal information such as hobbies, family structure, age, and other personal attribute information. I recognize that.

    2. Cookie / IP address information

    • Cookies and IP address information are not considered to be personal information because they cannot identify a specific individual by themselves. However, if this information and personal information are used together, this information will also be regarded as personal information. In the media operated by CF, even if it is not possible to identify a specific individual, we will disclose the purpose and method of using cookies and IP address information. In addition, cookie information can be rejected by setting the browser. If you refuse the cookie and you cannot receive the service, we will also announce it.

    3. Identification of the purpose of using personal information

    • When handling personal information, CF will specify the purpose of its use as much as possible.

    4. Restrictions on the use of personal information

    • CF will not handle personal information beyond the scope necessary to achieve the purpose of use without obtaining the consent of the person in advance. Even if personal information is acquired due to a merger or other reasons, we will not handle it beyond the scope of the purpose of use before the succession without obtaining the consent of the person in advance. However, this does not apply in the following cases.
      • (1) When required by law
      • (2) When it is necessary to protect the life, body or property of a person and it is difficult to obtain the consent of the person.
      • (3) When it is particularly necessary to improve public health or promote the sound development of children, and it is difficult to obtain the consent of the individual.
      • (4) When it is necessary for a national institution or a local public body or a person entrusted with it to cooperate in carrying out the affairs stipulated by laws and regulations, and with the consent of the person concerned, the affairs concerned When there is a risk of hindering performance

    5. Appropriate acquisition of personal information

    • CF will properly acquire personal information and will not acquire it by deception or other improper means. We also take care not to unnecessarily collect personal information from children under the age of 15 without the consent of their parent or guardian.

    6. Notification of purpose of use when acquiring personal information

    • CF announces the purpose of use in advance when acquiring personal information. However, this does not apply in the following cases.
      • (1) When there is a risk of harming the life, body, property or other rights and interests of the person or a third party by notifying or publicizing the purpose of use.
      • (2) When there is a risk of harming the rights or legitimate interests of CF by notifying or publicizing the purpose of use.
      • (3) When it is necessary for a national institution or a local public body to cooperate in carrying out the affairs stipulated by laws and regulations, the affairs are carried out by notifying or publicizing the purpose of use. When there is a risk of interfering with
      • (4) When it is recognized that the purpose of use is clear from the status of acquisition

    7. Change of purpose of use of personal information

    • When changing the purpose of use of personal information, CF does not go beyond the range reasonably recognized as having a considerable relevance to the purpose of use before the change, and the person himself / herself regarding the changed purpose of use. Notify or publish to.

    8. Safety management of personal information and supervision of employees

    • CF establishes personal information protection rules and supervises employees as necessary and appropriate to prevent leakage, loss or damage of personal information and other safety management of personal information.

    9. Outsourced supervision

    • When CF outsources all or part of the handling of personal information, it concludes a contract including confidentiality with the outsourcee, or asks for an agreement on the terms and conditions established by CF, and the outsourcee manages the safety of personal information. We will provide necessary and appropriate supervision so that we can do so.

    10. Restrictions on third party provision

    • 1.CF will not provide personal information to a third party without the prior consent of the individual, except in the following cases.
      • (1) When required by law
      • (2) When it is necessary to protect the life, body or property of a person and it is difficult to obtain the consent of the person.
      • (3) When it is particularly necessary to improve public health or promote the sound development of children, and it is difficult to obtain the consent of the individual.
      • (4) When it is necessary for a national institution or a local public body or a person entrusted with it to cooperate in carrying out the affairs stipulated by laws and regulations, and with the consent of the person concerned, the affairs concerned When there is a risk of hindering performance
      • (5) When the following matters have been announced or announced in advance
    • 2. However, the following cases do not correspond to the third parties specified above.
      • (1) When CF outsources all or part of the handling of personal information to the extent necessary to achieve the purpose of use (however, in that case, the purpose of use and its range will be clearly stated to the user as easily as possible. )
      • (2) When personal information is provided due to business succession due to merger or other reasons
      • (3) When personal information is used jointly with a specific person, the fact, the items of personal information used jointly, the range of people who jointly use it, and the person who uses it When the person is notified in advance of the purpose of use and the name or name of the person responsible for the management of the personal information, or the person is in a state where he / she can easily know it.

    11. Publication of matters related to personal information, etc.

    • CF will keep the following matters related to personal information in a state that the person can know, and will promptly respond to the request of the person by an electromagnetic method.

    12. Disclosure of personal information

    • When the person requests the disclosure of personal information, CF will disclose it to the person without delay. However, if the disclosure falls under any of the following, we may not disclose all or part of it, and if we decide not to disclose it, we will notify you to that effect without delay.

    13. Correction of personal information, etc.

    • If the CF is requested to correct, add or delete the contents (hereinafter referred to as "correction, etc.") because the personal information is not true, the CF will take special procedures according to the provisions of other laws and regulations. Unless otherwise specified, we will conduct necessary investigations without delay within the scope necessary to achieve the purpose of use, correct the contents of personal information based on the results, and notify the person to that effect. I will.

    14. Suspension of use of personal information, etc.

    • CF is due to the fact that the person's personal information is handled beyond the scope of the purpose of use announced in advance, or because it was obtained by deception or other improper means. If you are requested to suspend or delete the use (hereinafter referred to as "suspension of use, etc."), we will conduct the necessary investigation without delay, and based on the result, we will suspend the use of personal information, etc. Notify to. However, if there is a large amount of cost for suspending the use of personal information, or if it is difficult to suspend the use of personal information, and if necessary alternative measures can be taken to protect the rights and interests of the individual. Takes this alternative.

    15. Explanation of reason

    • CF is despite the request from the person himself
      • (1) Do not notify the purpose of use
      • (2) Do not disclose all or part of personal information
      • (3) Do not suspend the use of personal information
      • (4) Do not stop providing personal information to third parties
    • If you decide on one of these, we will endeavor to explain the reason when notifying you.

    Contact for privacy policy

    • CyberFight Co., Ltd. Personal information manager Representative Director Nori Takagi

    Old: Guidelines for Handling Personal Information (For WRESTLE UNIVERSE Users)

    • Users of the video streaming service “WRESTLE UNIVERSE” (hereinafter referred to as “the Service”) provided by CyberFight, Inc. (hereinafter referred to as “CyberFight”, “we”, “our” or “us”) are requested to read and agree to the following terms. In accordance with CyberFight’s Privacy Policy, CyberFight shall strictly manage the personal information of customers who use the Service (hereinafter referred to as “you” or “user”), and shall stipulate the following guidelines on handling of personal information (hereinafter referred to as “Guidelines”) for specific details regarding the personal information obtained and how it processed and used.

    1. Range

    • This guideline applies to users who use this service.

    2. Obtained information

    • 1.CF obtains the following types of personal information from users.
    • 2. Personal information is information about the personal or material status of an identified or identifiable individual (eg, name, date of birth and specific individual), as well as an email address and other information related to the individual. We believe it contains information. A concrete example of how CF obtains personal information is shown below.
      • 1) If you have any questions from CF, we may get an email address.
      • 2) If the user chooses to send the user's link code to CF, CF may obtain the user's email address.
      • 3) CF may obtain the user's Internet Protocol (IP) address. A user's IP address is a number that tells you where a computer connected to the Internet sends data, such as a web page you visit.
    • 3. In order for CF to provide this service to users, it is essential that such information be provided to users. If you do not want CF to collect your personal information, please be careful not to provide it to CF.

    3. Cookies and web beacons

    • CF uses cookies on this service. A "cookie" is a small text file that collects information about our activities and makes it as comfortable as possible, not just for your current use of the service. For example, when you visit a web page in the service, the cookie is placed on your machine (if you accept the cookie). Or it will be loaded if the user has previously accessed the service. These cookies can be used to obtain information such as user ID, app version, operating system, device name, and error code. You can set most browsers to notify you when they receive a cookie, or you can block them in your browser, but if you do not have access to personalized features that other users enjoy. there is. Some cookies used by CF are Adobe or "flash" cookies that are not deleted when other cookies are deleted. Check the system requirements for removing this type of cookie. It also uses web beacons (also known as "clear GIFs", "web bugs" or "pixel tags"). A "web beacon" is a small graphic with a unique identifier that acts like a cookie. It helps you count the number of users who visit a particular web page of your service and determine the effectiveness of your promotion or advertising campaign. When used in HTML-formatted email messages, web beacons can tell the sender if the email has been opened and if it has been opened. In contrast to cookies stored on the user's computer's hard drive, web beacons are invisiblely embedded in web pages.

    4. Third party provider cookies and tracking

    • Google analytics
    • CF is a web analytics service provided by Google, Inc. (“Google”) to obtain anonymous statistical and analytical information about how users use Google services to measure users. Use "Google Analytics". For example, Google retrieves and aggregates data about page views and service clicks. These analyzes are not used to track transitions to other websites or to identify users. Information generated by Google Analytics cookies regarding service usage (including IP address) is sent to Google's servers in the United States and Japan and stored on Google's servers. For information on how to opt out of Google Analytics cookies, please visit: Visit http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout or adjust your web browser settings to block these cookies along with other cookies.

    5. Use of personal information

    • 1.CF uses personal information for the purposes specified below.
      • 1) Content distribution and provision of related services
      • 2) Service development, statistical analysis, analysis, questionnaires and other marketing activities to improve services
      • 3) Inquiries, consultations, complaints, and dispute resolution
      • 4) To provide special offers, updates and other new services from the Services or other third parties, or to request this information or to provide promotional materials.
      • 5) To carry out the transaction or service desired by the user.
      • 6) To achieve marketing or promotional purposes.
      • 7) To make sure the service meets your needs.
      • 8) To create and provide the most relevant content to users.
      • 9) To notify you of any material changes to these Guidelines or Terms of Use, as necessary.
      • 10) To allow access to the limited entry area of the service.
      • 11) To deliver the requested newsletter and other information.
      • 12) To contact you in response to user inquiries.
      • 13) In addition, to achieve the purpose notified within the scope of this guideline or when information was acquired.
    • 2. CF will process your personal information based on CF's consent to you when you declare that you accept these guidelines. The user may revoke his consent to this process at any time. However, this does not affect the legality of the action taken before the user revoked consent.
    • 3.CF retains your personal information as long as your account is valid or you need to provide services.

    6. Disclosure to third parties

    • 1.CF may share or disclose your personal information with third parties in the following cases.
      • 1) In order to fulfill the service provided to the user, for example, if the user chooses to participate in the service, CF may share the user's personal information in order to provide the service to the user. Also, if you are participating in a sweepstakes or contest, CF may use your personal information to meet the conditions of that promotion. This means sharing information for shipping prizes, including sharing your address with postal services and postal and delivery companies, for example. We may also share your information with co-sponsors of the promotion.
      • 2) We may outsource processing to affiliates, strategic partners, agents, third-party marketers, or other stakeholders to provide services that are of interest to our users. If you wish that CF does not use your personal information for marketing purposes, you may make a claim under Article 8 of these Guidelines.
      • 3) Performing customer service to perform customer service such as maintaining and analyzing data, sending communication with customers, obtaining entries, contests, sweepstakes, drawing of applicants for other promotions and presenting prizes, etc. Therefore, we may outsource the processing to a non-interlocking third-party service provider, agency, etc. When entrusting the handling of part or all of personal information to a third party, CF concludes a confidentiality agreement and other contracts regarding the protection of personal information with the entrusted party and manages personal information safely. To ask for its terms and consent. The service provider that manages the CF service may access your personal information, but if the non-interlocking service provider does not want to access your information, you can register or send your personal information. Please do not do.
      • 4) In order to comply with the law, CF shall, if it complies with legal requirements, legally binding court orders, or government orders from investigative bodies or competent regulators, through appropriate procedures the CF's rights or property. We may share personal information if we need to protect ourselves, or if it is difficult to obtain the consent of the individual in an urgent situation where we need to protect the life, body or property of a person.
      • 5) To provide CF assets or to third parties as part of the restructuring process, including but not limited to virtually all mergers, acquisitions and sales.
    • 2. CF will not share or disclose your personal information to any third party except as provided in these guidelines or with your consent.

    7. Security

    • 1. We cannot guarantee that data transmission via the Internet is 100% secure.
    • 2. Therefore, we cannot guarantee or guarantee the security of the information that the user sends to this service.
    • 3.CF develops rules for the protection of personal information and incorporates appropriate administrative, technical, organizational and physical security measures required under applicable legislation.
    • 4.CF uses firewalls to protect your information and prevent unauthorized access, disclosure, tampering or damage. However, we do not guarantee that your information will not be compromised, disclosed, tampered with or damaged.
    • 5. If CF becomes aware of a security system breach, it may attempt to notify you electronically so that appropriate safeguards can be taken. By using or providing personal information to the Services, you may be able to electronically communicate with you regarding security, privacy, and administrative issues related to your use of these Services. It is assumed that you have agreed.
    • 6. In the event of a security breach, CF may post a notification to the Services. The CF can also send emails to the email address you provide to the CF in these situations.

    8. Objections regarding access, transfer and correction of personal information

    • You may object to the right to access the information held by CF and request its correction or portability, or to process data about you, in accordance with Article 18 of these Guidelines. The CF will conduct the necessary investigations without delay for objections to the transfer, correction, addition, deletion and processing of personal information (hereinafter referred to as "correction"), and the user or user will be designated as soon as possible. We will provide your personal data to a third party or make corrections as soon as possible.

    9. Select and opt out

    • You may have purchased or selected communications or data regarding the Services, including (i) Notice of Use Violations, (ii) Updates, and (iii) Notice of Use of the Services. You can opt out of information or documentation about and / or services at any time by turning it off at the device level in your settings.

    10. Abolition and deletion of personal information

    • Based on Article 18 of this Guideline, the User reserves the right to suspend the processing of the User's personal information and request that the information held by the CF be deleted for the User. The user deletes or deletes the personal information of the user because it was processed beyond the purpose of acquisition or was acquired by deception or other illegal means (hereinafter referred to as "suspension of use, etc.") If you request, CF will confirm that the client is the user, conduct the necessary investigation without delay, and based on the result, suspend the use of personal information as free as possible for the user. Etc., and notify the user to that effect. However, CF may retain a copy of your personal information where required or permitted by law.

    11. International information transfer

    • If the user wishes to provide personal information from outside Japan, that information will be stored in Japan. CF may transfer that information across national borders from your country or jurisdiction to other countries or jurisdictions around the world. If you use the Service from the European Union (EU) or other regions where data acquisition and use laws apply, your personal information will be transferred to Japan, but Japan is the same as the EU. Please note that there is no data protection law and many rights granted to EU data subjects cannot be obtained. By providing your personal information, you agree to the following:
      • 1. Use personal information for the purposes specified in this guideline
      • 2. As mentioned above, personal information will be transferred to Japan.
      • 3. The governing law is Japanese law

    12. Push notification

    • We may send push notifications via the web or mobile applications. We may send content updates and other important service-related notifications. If you receive these types of communications, you can opt out at any time by turning them off at the device level in your settings.

    13. Third party service

    • This statement applies only to the information obtained through the Services. This service may contain links to other web services. CF is not responsible for the content of these other privacy practices or web services.

    14. Transfer

    • If all or part of CF's assets are transferred or acquired by another party, or if a corporate merger occurs, the user will tell CF personal and non-personal information acquired through the Services. Is licensed to be transferred to the third party.

    15. Changes to this guideline

    • 1.CF reserves the right to change this guideline at any time. If changed, CF will also revise the "Last Updated" date at the top of this guideline.
    • 2. For some changes in this guideline, we may notify the service and obtain the user's consent before making the changes. If you continue to use the Services after such notice, you agree to such changes unless otherwise stated.

    16. Online Tracking

    • CF does not support Do Not Track browser settings and is currently participating in a framework that allows CF to respond to user signals and other mechanisms regarding the acquisition of user's personal and non-personal information. Is not

    17. Our Policy Regarding Children

    • CF does not knowingly collect or solicit personal information from users under the age of 15. If you are under the age of 15, please do not send your personal information to CF, such as your name, address, phone number, or email address. Users under the age of 15 cannot provide personal information. If we find that we have obtained personal information from a user under the age of 15, we will remove that information as soon as possible. If you think you have information about a user under the age of 15, please contact us at the email address below. ddt@ddtpro.co.jp

    18. Right to file a complaint

    • If you have any objections to how CF processes your personal information, you have the right to file a complaint with the data protection agency that has jurisdiction over your area.

    19. Contact us

    • If you have any questions regarding this guideline and CF's policy regarding the handling of personal information, or data information, corrections, suspensions or deletions, please contact us at the following e-mail address.