Site Policy

About this site

The WOWOW COMMUNICATIONS,Inc.website (hereinafter referred to as the “Website”) is operated by the WOWOW COMMUNICATIONS,Inc. (hereinafter referred to as the “Company”). To ensure that the users can use the Website without any anxiety over the use of their personal information, the Website stores the personal information provided by the users' with due attention and under strict control. The personal information provided by the user cannot be sold or provided to third parties.

1.Copyright

Unless otherwise stated, the copyright of the contents of the Website is held by the Company.
Unauthorized reproduction of any materials, including texts, illustrations, pictures, drawings, and tables, on the Website is prohibited. * Unauthorized reproduction includes the act of making the contents of your website look like the contents of the Website.

2.Links

You may link freely to the Website. You do not need prior permission to create a link to a page on the Website.
However, the Company does not allow any of the following links:

  1. a link from an obscene site,
  2. a link from a site violating laws and regulations or a site containing contents that may violate laws and regulations, and
  3. a link misleading people into recognizing the contents of the Website as parts of a linking website

3.Disclaimer

Although the Company has taken every precaution for the security of the information on the Website, the Company assumes no responsibility for any troubles, losses, or damages arising from the use of the Website. The Company is not concerned with the contents of pages of websites provided by other organizations, regardless of the presence or absence of a link from the Website.

Recommended browsers

The Website recommends the following browsers:

Windows

Internet Explorer ver.6 or higher, Firefox ver.3.0 or higher, Chrome ver.3.0 or higher

Macintosh

Safari ver.4.0 or higher, Firefox ver.3.5 or higher, Chrome8.0 or higher,

Please note that using browsers other than the recommended browsers may cause design/layout disorders.

 

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