KDDI’s Privacy Policy

Appendix 3: Announcements regarding the sharing of personal data

KDDI shares customers’ personal data as follows. This shared use of customers’ personal data is limited to service providers to the extent necessary for the purpose of shared use and does not mean sharing all personal data among all service providers and organizations.

1. Shared use of information related to the provision of telecommunications service and intermediary service for installment sales and individual credit purchases

<Personal data items that are jointly used>

Data described under 5. Data Used

<Scope of joint users>

  • KDDI
  • OKINAWA CELLULAR TELEPHONE COMPANY

<Purpose of use of the above organizations>

To achieve the purpose of use described under 4. Purpose of Use

<Persons responsible for managing the personal data>

KDDI CORPORATION
Garden Air Tower, 3-10-10, Iidabashi, Chiyoda-ku,Tokyo 102-8460, Japan
Makoto Takahashi
President, Representative Director

2. Shared use of information related to electricity retailing

<Personal data items that are jointly used>

Data described under 5. Data Used

<Scope of joint users>

  • KDDI
  • OKINAWA CELLULAR TELEPHONE COMPANY
  • Electricity retailers [1]
  • General electricity transmission and distribution utilities [2]
  • Demand-control contractors [3]
  • Organization for cross-regional coordination of electricity transmission operators

<Purpose of use of the above organizations>

To achieve the purpose of use described under 4. Purpose of Use and the purpose of use listed below:

  • (1)
    To conclude, amend, or cancel a wheeling service contract or power generation adjustment service contract (hereinafter referred to as "Wheeling Service Contract, etc.")
  • (2)
    To broker the abolishment of a retail contract (including agreements for isolated island service and last resort supply) or power purchase contract (hereinafter referred to as "Retail Contract, etc.") [4]
  • (3)
    To confirm the information on supply locations
  • (4)
    To perform power meter reading, equipment maintenance/inspection/replacement, examination of equipment in the event of power outage or disaster, and other operations of general electricity transmission and distribution utilities based on Wheeling Service Contract, etc.
  • (5)
    To perform operations for negawatt transactions

<Persons responsible for managing the personal data>

KDDI CORPORATION
Garden Air Tower, 3-10-10, Iidabashi, Chiyoda-ku,Tokyo 102-8460, Japan
Makoto Takahashi
President, Representative Director

  • [1]
    Electricity retailers refer to business operators listed in the registry of electricity retailers on the Agency for Natural Resources and Energy website that do not fall under the purview of grounds for the refusal of registration pursuant to Article 2-5 Paragraph 1 of the Electricity Business Act (Act No. 170 of July 11, 1964) and are business operators registered as electricity retailers by the Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry (including business operators registered as electricity retailers under the Supplementary Provisions of the Act for Partial Revision of the Electricity Business Act (Act No. 72 of 2014).
    Open link in a new windowhttps://www.enecho.meti.go.jp/category/electricity_and_gas/electric/summary/retailers_list/ (in Japanese only)
  • [2]
    General electricity transmission and distribution utilities refer to Hokkaido Electric Power Company, Tohoku Electric Power Co., Inc., TEPCO Power Grid, Incorporated, Chubu Electric Power Co., Inc., Hokuriku Electric Power Company, The Kansai Electric Power Company, Incorporated, The Chugoku Electric Power Company, Inc., Shikoku Electric Power Company, Inc., Kyushu Electric Power Co., Inc., and The Okinawa Electric Power Company, Incorporated.
  • [3]
    Demand-control contractors refer to business operators listed as demand-control contractors (negawatt operators) on the website of the organization for cross-regional coordination of electricity transmission operators and in demand-control adjustment service contract with a member that is a general electricity transmission and distribution utility (including business operators that have acquired a business code prior to concluding the contract).
    Open link in a new windowhttps://www.occto.or.jp/privacy/negawatt-jigyousya.html (in Japanese only)
  • [4]
    "Brokerage for abolishment of a retail contract" refers to an electricity retailer, upon receiving a new application for retail service contract from a customer, making an application to cancel a retail contract with the existing electricity retailer on behalf of the customer through the switching support system.