- Conditions of Use
This website ((www.separel.com, the "DIC Website") is operated and maintained by DIC Corporation. When a user or visitor accesses, browses or uses the DIC Website, he or she should first confirm the terms and conditions of use set forth herein and access, browse or use the DIC Website only after he or she has agreed to such terms and conditions. In the event that a user or visitor does not agree to the terms and conditions of use set forth herein, DIC does not allow use of the DIC Website or any of its subsites. By entering and using the DIC Website, users and visitors to the DIC Website are deemed to have agreed to strictly comply to the terms and conditions set forth herein and all applicable laws.
DIC may change or modify the terms and conditions of use at any time without prior notice. Users and visitors are requested to check the updated terms and conditions of use.
Copyrights, Trademarks and Other Rights
All materials and content on the DIC Website, including, but not limited to, diagrams and graphs, illustrations, pictures, text, files, programs, images, company logos, product logos, trademarks, standard marks of groups or organizations (collectively, the "Content") are protected under copyright, trademark and other laws and conventions, and DIC owns the rights and powers to use such Content.Users and visitors may not use the Content of the DIC Website (including, but not limited to, using, copying, distributing, reproducing, converting, modifying or selling), without the prior written consent of DIC. However, this restriction does not apply to any copying or quotations that are for the personal or non-commercial use by a user or visitor, in his or her home, or which are clearly allowed under applicable laws and regulations. DIC cannot guarantee that the use of the Content by a user or visitor does not infringe upon the rights of any third parties. In this case, the provisions in section 3 below entitled "Disclaimer" will apply.
Users and visitors may not link to the DIC Website without the consent of DIC. If a user or visitor wishes to link to the DIC Website, such user or visitor should contact DIC by clicking below at "Inquiries" and submitting the information set forth below. DIC will review the information and revert accordingly. Please note that DIC reserves the right to refuse any links with the DIC Website if DIC judges the same to be unsuitable.
Websites of third parties that may be linked to or from the DIC Website are not operated or maintained by DIC; and DIC is not liable for the content of such websites nor for any damages that may arise in connection with the use of the same.
DIC reserves the right at any time and without notice, to carry out any of the actions below.DIC shall in no way be liable to any user or visitor for any damages whatsoever incurred in connection therewith
- Add, remove or modify the contents or information published on or available through the DIC Website or any subsites.
- Suspend or terminate the operation of the DIC Website or any subsites.
DIC makes no representations or warranties of any kind to any users or visitors or any other parties related to the DIC Website and any subsites. DIC shall in no way be liable for any trouble, harm, damages or losses incurred, directly or indirectly (including, but not limited to, malfunctions with the computer or any peripheral equipment or network systems of a user or visitor) arising out of the access of the DIC Website or any subsites by users or visitors, or the use of any information published on or available through the DIC Website or any subsites, including, but not limited to, the following:
- The accuracy, timeliness, completeness or non-infringement of the information published on or available through the DIC Website or any subsites.
- The fitness for a particular use of each of the individual users or visitors of the DIC Website or any subsites.
- That the DIC Website or any subsites and the server that makes the same available, are free from defects or viruses or other harmful components.
- The content or services of any websites operated by parties other than DIC that are linked to or from the DIC Website.
The use and viewing of the DIC Website is at the risk of each user or visitor. DIC, nor any of the associated companies of DIC which are involved in the production or dissemination of the DIC Website, shall in no way be liable for any damages or losses incurred (including, but limited to, damage or harm to the computer or network system of any users or visitors, directly or indirectly) or any costs related to the repair of the same, arising out of the access or use of the DIC Website or any subsites or the Content of the same by users or visitors.
In the event that any type of ID or password is issued to a user or visitor in relation to the DIC Website, such user or visitor shall be fully responsible for managing the same. DIC may deem all actions involving the ID and/or password issued to a user or visitor to constitute the actions of such user or visitor; and in the event of any impropriety, such user or visitor shall be fully liable and DIC shall have no liability whatsoever.Users and visitors should be advised that in the event that any of the information that a user or visitor provides to DIC in connection with the issuance of any ID and/or password is determined to be false or misleading, or to be that of another party, or other improprieties are discovered, DIC may terminate the use of the ID and/or password.
Any material or information that a user or visitor posts, proposes or supplies on the DIC Website that does not include personal data ("Supplied Information") will be treated as non-confidential. Users and visitors agree that DIC or its affiliates may use such Supplied Information freely and each user and visitor guarantees that the use of the same will not infringe on the rights of any third parties.
Governing Law and Jurisdiction
Any disputes arising out of or in connection with the use of the DIC Website or the Content thereof shall be governed by the laws of Japan and unless otherwise provided, the Tokyo District Court shall have jurisdiction as the court of first instance.