Privacy and Website Security Policy
Thank you for visiting the website of Taiwan Tai-Hao Ent. Co., Ltd.
(hereinafter "this website"). The section below explains how any personal information provided when visiting this website is collected, used and secured.
Scope of this policy
Collection, processing and use of personal information
1. This website collects no personally identifying information during simple browsing or downloading.
2. Visitors who use any of this website's online application services will be asked to provide personal information necessary to process requests, which may include the visitor's name, national ID number, most current and accurate contact phone number, email address, mailing address and registered address.
3. This website is obligated to protect the privacy of online applicants. Personal information and other data will not be modified or deleted except upon visitor request or under any of the following conditions:
- In response to a lawful request
- To protect or maintain a visitor's interests or ownership rights
- protect the rights and interests of Taiwan Tai-Hao Ent. Co., Ltd. Yuan units responsible for this website
This website in no way permits the arbitrary sale, sharing or leasing of any personal information to outside groups, individuals or private enterprises, with the following exceptions:
1. As required by a lawful investigation conducted by a judicial authority
2. As required by an inquiry from or the use by an authorized organization in the execution of its duties
3. Based on a good-faith belief that disclosure is required by law, or for management use in the protection, maintenance or upgrade of website services
The computers hosting this website are all equipped with firewalls, anti-virus systems and other necessary data security equipment and measures. Stringent protection measures have been adopted to secure this website and the personal information of visitors, and only authorized personnel may access visitors' personal information. Staff charged with processing data are required to sign confidentiality agreements, and any violations of such agreements are subject to punishment under relevant law.