EA-Tokyo is committed to maintaining the trust of our users. This statement explains how we collect information from you and what we do with that information.
EA-Tokyo offers a variety of on-line resources. To make full use of the resources on our site, we ask you to provide some basic information when you sign up to become an EA-Tokyo member. You will be asked to provide us with a username, password, and E-mail address in order to be able to use the personalized features on our site.
Unless you opt out, we may use your registration information to send you promotional materials related to entrepreneurship and the association. We do not provide or sell usernames, E-mail addresses, or registration information to third parties.
If you have questions or comments on this Privacy Statement, please ask or make them by clicking on Contact Us.
The service-provider sites to which EA-Tokyo provides links are operated by independent parties and are not under the control of EA-Tokyo. You should inform yourself of the policies adopted by each of the service providers for the operation of its site, including its policies concerning the use of information provided to the solutions provider by the EA-Tokyo customer or by EA-Tokyo.
Certain areas of the EA-Tokyo Web site contain information supplied by visitors and others. EA-Tokyo is not responsible for comments, advice, information, or any postings made by visitors or others in these areas. EA-Tokyo reserves the right to review materials posted in any public areas and to delete or edit them, for any reason, at any time.
EA-Tokyo has a panel of mentors who are experienced businesspeople and professionals. The advice that mentors give to users is each mentor's own and not that of EA-Tokyo. Each mentor, consequently, is solely responsible for the information and opinions that he or she gives to users. A mentor may have an interest in the products, services, or business entities that he or she recommends. Consequently, users should be aware that such interests may exist and may influence the advice given by a mentor.
A mentor may address legal, accounting, or other professional issues, but users should not treat the mentor's response as legal, accounting, or professional advice. Such advice can only be properly given by qualified professionals who are fully aware of a user's particular circumstances.