Article 1: Introduction
2. Corporations (including various organizations, etc.) and individuals who use the Service agree to all of these terms and conditions.
Article 2: Definitions
In these Terms and Conditions, the meanings of the terms listed in the following items shall be as set forth in each such item.
(1) "Member" means a legal entity or individual who agrees to these TOU and applies to use the Service.
(2) "Corporate Member" means a member who has more than one person under the control of the Member who uses the Service within the scope of the Member's application.
(3) "Individual Member" means a member who is the only person who uses the Service within the scope of the member's application to be a member.
(4) "Member Manager" means the person who manages the contract for the use of the Service, the scope of use and TOU on behalf of the Member, as well as the person who manages the person who uses the Service within the scope of the Member's application on behalf of the Member.
(5) "User" means a person who uses the Service to the extent that the Member applies for it. In the case of individual members, it means the same person as the member. In the case of corporate members, it means the employees of the corporate member, employees of affiliates, or persons of equivalent status who are permitted to use the Service by the member administrator.
(6) "Affiliated External Service" means groupware services and calendar services provided by companies and organizations other than E4, which constitute part of the functions of the Service through system integration with the Service.
(7) "Business Partners" means companies that provide the Service in conjunction with the Office, and companies and organizations that perform some functions and some operations of the Service.
(8) "The Site" means a website such as "https://eeasy.jp/" whose domain is "eeasy.jp" and which is used by the Secretariat to provide and announce the Service.
(9) "User Page" means a group of functions set up by the Office to provide the Service to members or users, and refers to a group of functions that members or users can access by authenticating with their own ID and password. User pages shall include not only web pages but also application software created and released by the Office to provide the Service (hereinafter referred to as the "Software"). User Page includes not only web pages, but also application software created and published by the Office to provide the Service ("Software").
Article 3: Amendments to this Agreement
The Secretariat may change these TOU as necessary without prior notice to members. Moreover, the amended TOU shall come into effect when the Secretariat notifies members or when it is posted on the Site, and when a member continues to use the Service after the amendment of the TOU, the member shall be deemed to have agreed to the amended TOU.
Article 4: Application
1．These terms and conditions apply to the rights and obligations between the Secretariat and the Member in relation to the Service.
2．The content, fees, usage, precautions, and any other explanations of the Service posted on the Site constitute a part of these Terms.
3．In the event of any discrepancy between these Terms and Conditions and Section 2, the contents of these Terms and Conditions shall take precedence.
Article 5: Membership
1．Members may not allow a third party to use their membership, lend, transfer, sell, or pledge it to a third party.
2．Members must meet all of the following requirements
(1)The member must be able to communicate with the member administrator, who is the representative of the member, by telephone or e-mail. It is also possible to contact them in Japanese.
(2) The applicant must be able to pay the usage fee for the Service.
3．The Secretariat may suspend or terminate a member's membership without prior notice in the following cases.
(1) Misuse of the membership.
(2) When there is a mistake in entering the password more than the number of times specified by the secretariat.
(3) If there is any falsehood in the information registered on the Site or on the User Page.
(4) If there is a risk that the reputation or social status of the Service may be threatened.
(5) In the event of unauthorized use of the Service.
(6) If the Company provides a service similar to or competing with the Service.
(7) If the Customer fails to pay the Service fee by the date set forth in the Agreement or if there is doubt about the Customer's ability to pay the Service fee. Or, if there is any doubt as to your ability to pay for the Service.
(8) If a petition for attachment, provisional attachment, provisional disposition, compulsory execution, bankruptcy, civil rehabilitation, corporate reorganization, etc. is filed against the member, or if the member files a petition.
(9) engage in or are suspected of engaging in illegal activities (such as pyramid schemes and multilevel marketing).
(10) Engaging in entertainment, adult, dating, gambling and other similar activities, or are suspected of doing so.
(11) When it is found that the membership has been suspended or cancelled in the past.
(12) In the event of a violation of this Agreement.
(13) In the case of other services provided by E4, E4 discovers facts equivalent to those described in Item 12 above.
(14) Any other cases that the Secretariat deems inappropriate.
4．The Secretariat is under no obligation to disclose the reasons for the suspension or termination of membership.
5．Even if a member or a third party is damaged or disadvantaged due to the suspension or termination of membership, the Secretariat will not refund the usage fees already received and shall not be responsible for any damage or disadvantage caused to the member or a third party.
6．The Secretariat shall be able to treat former members whose membership has been suspended or cancelled in the same manner as it treats normal members with respect to their usage information and obligations related to the Service.
Article 6: Prohibited acts
1．Members shall not engage in any of the following acts, or any act that is likely to fall under any of the following items in the use of the Service
(1) Using the Service for illegal purposes.
(2) Using the Service under the guise of a third party.
(3) Infringing on the trademark, copyright, design rights, patent rights and other intellectual property rights, rights of likeness, rights of publicity and other rights of the Secretariat, affiliated companies and other third parties.
(4) Defaming, disgracing, or invading the reputation or credibility of the Secretariat, affiliated companies, or other third parties, or invading their privacy.
(5) Falsifying or deleting information of the Secretariat, affiliated companies or other third parties.
(6) Unauthorized use of the rights or facilities of the Secretariat, affiliated companies or other third parties.
(7) Acts that interfere with or damage the services or operations of the Secretariat, affiliated companies or other third parties.
(8) Transferring information obtained from the Service to a third party or using it for commercial purposes.
(9) Sending or providing harmful programs such as computer viruses, or recommending them.
(10)Acts of adult entertainment, adult, dating, gambling and other similar activities.
(11) Actions that violate public order and morals.
(12) Any act that is associated with or related to a crime, or any act that is contrary to laws or ordinances.
(13) Interfering with the operation of the Service.
(14) Violation of this Agreement.
(15) Any other act that the Secretariat determines to be inappropriate.
2．In the event that the Secretariat, the affiliated companies, or any other third party suffers any damage due to a member's conduct falling under any of the items of the preceding paragraph or violating this Agreement, the member shall compensate the Secretariat, the affiliated companies, or any other third party for any and all damages at their own expense and responsibility.
Article 7: Elimination of Anti-Social Forces
1．E4 and the Member shall commit to the following
(1) You must not currently be a member of a crime syndicate, a crime syndicate member, a person who has been a member of a crime syndicate for less than five years since you ceased to be a crime syndicate member, a quasi-member of a crime syndicate, a company affiliated with a crime syndicate, a businessman at a general meeting, a gangster, a social movement group, or a violent group of special intelligence, or any other similar group (hereinafter referred to as "Anti-Social Forces"), and you must not fall under any of the following, and you must not fall under any of them in the future.
・having a relationship in which the management is deemed to be controlled by a crime syndicate member, etc.
・Having a relationship with a gangster, etc. that is deemed to be substantially involved in the management of the company.
・Having a relationship with a gangster etc. that is deemed to unfairly use a gangster etc., such as for the purpose of making unfair profits for oneself, one's own company or a third party, or for the purpose of causing damage to a third party.
・To have a relationship with gangster, etc., in which it is deemed that they are involved, for example, in providing funds or other benefits to them.
・A director, officer or person substantially involved in the management of the company has a socially reprehensible relationship with a gangster, etc.
(2) Do not use yourself or a third party to perform any of the following acts.
・Violent Demanding Behavior
・Unreasonable demands beyond legal responsibility
・Threatening behavior or use of violence in connection with a transaction
・Acts of spreading false information, damaging the reputation of E4 or interfering with E4's business through the use of deception or force
・Any other act similar to the preceding items.
2．In the event that a member is found to be in violation of the preceding paragraph, the Secretariat may, without any notice, immediately revoke the membership, cancel the business contract with the member in question, suspend the use of the service, prohibit access to the service, or take any other measures.
Article 8: Reference and change of member registration information and withdrawal from membership
1．Members shall be able to refer to their member registration information by using the user page function or the procedure prescribed by the Secretariat.
2．If there is a change in the name, address, contact information, billing address, or other membership registration information of the member administrator, the member shall promptly change the membership registration information through the user page function or the procedures prescribed by the Secretariat. Even if there is a discrepancy between member registration information and actual information, the Secretariat shall be exempted from responsibility for contacting and delivering the information according to the member's registration information.
3．Members shall be able to withdraw from the service at any time by following the procedures specified by the Secretariat. A member shall lose all rights related to the service at the time of withdrawal from the membership, and shall not be able to make any claims or complaints to the Secretariat.
4．If there is no contact with a member for more than one month despite the fact that the Secretariat has contacted the member individually, the Secretariat shall be deemed to have withdrawn the membership at that point in time and the membership shall be revoked.
5．If the survival or existence of a member cannot be confirmed, the Secretariat shall be deemed to have resigned the membership at the time of the member's resignation and the membership shall be revoked.
6．The handling of member registration information after withdrawal from the membership is as specified in Article 10.
7．The Secretariat may treat the usage information and liabilities related to the Service of a former member who has withdrawn from the Service in the same manner as it treats normal members.
Article 9: Management of login ID, password and user
1．The Member shall have a login ID (including an email address and authentication ID required for login) that is required to access the User Page. The login ID and password are required to access the User Page at the Member's own risk. The Member shall be responsible for managing the login ID and password, and shall be responsible for any and all activities conducted using such ID.
2．Member shall be responsible for strictly controlling the login IDs and passwords of the users under their control, and shall have users under their control strictly control, and shall be responsible for any and all acts committed using these IDs and passwords.
3．Member shall not lend, transfer, sell, pledge, or disclose the login IDs and passwords of Member or users under Member's control to any third party, and Member shall not allow any third party to use the Service.
4．If it is found that the login IDs and passwords of members and their subordinate users have been illegally used by a third party, or there is a possibility of such use, the member shall immediately notify the Secretariat and follow the instructions of the Secretariat.
5．Insufficient management of login IDs and passwords by members (including failure to change passwords on a regular basis), errors in use, and use by third parties shall be the responsibility. The Secretariat and its business partners shall bear no responsibility whatsoever. In addition, the member shall compensate the Secretariat or the affiliated companies for any and all damages caused to the Secretariat or the affiliated companies due to the illegal use of the login ID and password.
6．Member shall ensure that users under the control of Member comply with the contents of this Agreement. Any violation of this Agreement by a user under the control of a member shall be deemed a violation of this Agreement by the member, and the member and user shall be jointly and severally liable for such violation.
Article 10: Handling of Member Information
(1) When the consent of the member is obtained.
(2) When disclosure is required by law or regulation, when disclosure is requested in the course of a legal proceeding such as a criminal investigation, or when there is a legitimate reason for an inquiry from a consumer center, bar association or other public institution.
(3) When it is necessary for the protection of a person's life, body or property and it is difficult to obtain the member's consent.
(4) When it is necessary for the business partner company to perform some business or some functions of the Service.
(5) Where it is necessary for the collection of payment, such as by disclosing the information to the operator in charge of payment.
(6) When necessary to protect the rights of the Secretariat.
(7)To send members information related to the Service, such as additions and changes to the Service, or information about services provided by E4 other than the Service, by email or other means.
(8) When disclosing to a person who succeeds to a business in the event of a merger, business transfer, or other reasons.
(9) When there are other valid reasons.
2．Regardless of the preceding paragraph, the Member shall consent to the fact that the Secretariat may aggregate, classify, aggregate and analyze the attributes of member information, create a processed version of the information in such a way that members cannot be identified or specified, and use it for this service and other services of E4. Members shall also agree that the Secretariat may disclose statistical information to third parties.
3．The Secretariat shall not be held responsible for any errors in the member's information registered or updated by the member.
4．If a member wishes to inquire about his or her own membership information, the member should use the user page function or request an inquiry to the contact person in charge (firstname.lastname@example.org).
5．Members may delete or delete their own member information from the database of the service by making a request to the contact person in charge (email@example.com) at the time of requesting withdrawal from the membership or after withdrawal from the membership. Members shall agree that if they delete or erase their membership information, they shall not be able to restore the use of the service afterwards.
Article 11: Content of the Service
1．The content of the Service shall be as described on the Site.
2．The Secretariat may add or change the contents of the Service at its discretion. In addition, the Secretariat may terminate the Service, in whole or in part, by notifying the Member in advance.
3．The member agrees in advance that the functions and performance of the Service may not be maintained due to additions or changes to the Service in accordance with the preceding paragraph.
4．The Secretariat shall not be liable for any damage or disadvantage caused to any member due to the addition, modification or termination of the Service by the Secretariat in accordance with paragraph 2 of this Article.
Article 12: Establishment of contract for use
1．The contract for the use of the Service shall become effective when a person who wishes to use the Service applies for the use of the Service by registering as a member on the Site (corporate membership registration or individual registration), and after applying for the use of the Service, the Secretariat notifies the person of the acceptance of the use of the Service or begins to provide the Service.
2．If additional services are required to be applied for by the member, the contract for the use of such additional services shall become effective when the member applies for the use of such additional services using the user page function or the means designated by the Secretariat, and the Secretariat notifies the member of the acceptance of the use of such services after applying for the use of such services, or when the provision of such additional services begins.
3．Any person who applies for the use of the Service shall be deemed to have agreed to these TOU at the time of application.
Article 13: Fees and Payment Methods
1．The fees for the use of the Service shall be as stated on the Website. The usage fee for the Service to be applied to the Member shall be the fee that was stated on the Site at the time the Member applied to use the Service, and the Member shall pay the stipulated usage fee to the Secretariat.
2．The method and site of payment for use of the Service are as described on the Site, and the Member shall pay the Service fee to the Secretariat using the payment method and site designated by the Member.
3．The Secretariat may change the usage fees, payment method, and payment site applicable to the Member by notifying the Member with a reasonable grace period.
4．Member shall be responsible for all fees related to the payment of usage fees.
5．The Secretariat shall not, in any case, refund the usage fees already received.
6．If a member is late in paying the usage fee, the member shall pay the Secretariat the interest accruing at the rate specified in the applicable laws and regulations as well as compensation for the delay.
Article 14: Cooperative External Services
1．The Service is designed to link information with external services when a member or users under the control of the member give permission for linkage between the member and the linked external service from the user page function. Information federation refers to the acquisition, registration, and modification of information necessary to configure the functions of the Service, and by allowing members or users under members to authenticate federation, members agree to the federation of such information.
2．However, members must agree in advance that the accuracy and completeness of the linked information may not be maintained due to changes in the specifications of the linked external service, system malfunction, or system failure of the service, and the Secretariat will do its best to maintain the accuracy and completeness of the linked information. The service shall be used. In addition, the Secretariat shall be exempted from any damage incurred by the member in the event of incomplete coordination information.
3．The Secretariat shall bear no responsibility for the rights and obligations of members related to coordinated external services. In addition, any disputes, etc. that arise in connection with the use of coordinated external services by members shall be resolved at the member's own responsibility and expense, and the Secretariat shall have no involvement in such disputes.
Article 15: Use and Provision of Software
1．The Member shall not engage in any of the following acts in using the Software.
(1) Copying, translating, adapting or otherwise modifying the Software.
(2) Selling, distributing, sublicensing, public transmission (including making transmittable), renting, transferring, leasing or otherwise disposing of the Software.
(3) Using the Software in a way that circumvents the technical protection measures, such as copy protection, provided in the Software.
(4) Reverse engineering, decompiling or disassembling all or part of the Software or extracting the source code by any other means
(5) Make the Software available to a third party
(6) In addition to the preceding items, acts that the Secretariat determines to be inappropriate in light of the purpose of use of the Software.
2．The Secretariat shall have no obligation to provide support for the Software or to provide a modified version (including an updated version). The member agrees that the Secretariat may modify, change, update or terminate the Software without prior notice to the member.
Article 16: Discontinuance and suspension of the Service
1．The Secretariat may discontinue or suspend all or part of the Service, in whole or in part, by giving prior notice to the Member, if regular or temporary maintenance of the computer system is required in order to provide, maintain or improve the Service.
2．The Secretariat may discontinue or suspend all or part of the Service without prior notice to the Member if any of the following reasons are applicable, and the Member agrees to such discontinuation or suspension.
(1) When urgent maintenance of the computer system is required in order to provide the Service.
(2) When urgent maintenance is required due to a computer system failure or a malfunction or change in the specifications of a linked external service.
(3) In the event that it becomes difficult to provide the Service due to laws and regulations, administrative orders, etc.
(4) In the event of difficulty in providing the Service due to war, riots, disturbances, earthquakes, eruptions, floods, tsunamis, fires, power outages, labor disputes, other force majeure or emergencies, or in the event that the Secretariat determines that it is difficult to provide the Service.
(5) In any other case where the Secretariat deems it necessary to stop or suspend the Service for operational purposes.
3．The Secretariat shall not be liable for any damage incurred by members or third parties due to the suspension or discontinuation of the Service.
4．If the Service is suspended for more than 1/3 of a month, the Member shall not be liable to pay the usage fee for that month, and if the suspension is for less than 1/3 of a month, the Member shall be liable to pay the usage fee for that month.
Article 17: Commissioning
Article 18: Intellectual Property Rights
1．All intellectual property rights, including but not limited to copyrights, moral rights, patent rights, utility model rights, design rights, trademark rights, and publicity rights, related to the Service and the Website are the property of E4 and the third parties who have legitimate rights, and the conclusion of this Usage Agreement does not mean that E4 is granting permission for the use of intellectual property rights beyond the scope necessary to use the Service.
2．Members shall not infringe on the intellectual property rights of E4 or any third party in the use of the Service.
Article 19: Indemnity and disclaimer
1．In the event that the Secretariat is found to be intentional or grossly negligent with respect to damages caused to a member in relation to the Service, the Secretariat shall compensate for damages up to an amount equivalent to one month's worth of usage fees received from the member in question only in relation to damages directly caused by the Service or the Secretariat, and shall bear no responsibility for damages other than those caused by the Secretariat.
2．If a member causes damage to the Secretariat or a third party by violating this Agreement, the member shall compensate the Secretariat or the third party in question for any damage caused.
3．If a dispute arises between a member and a third party regarding this service, the member shall resolve it at their own risk and expense. In addition, if any damage is caused to the Secretariat by this, the member shall compensate the Secretariat for any damage suffered by the Secretariat.
4．The Secretariat shall not be involved in any transactions or disputes between members or between members and third parties through this service, and shall not be responsible for any of them.
5．If the Secretariat is legally liable to a member, the extent of its liability shall be limited to one month's worth of usage fees already paid by the Secretariat to the member.
Article 20: Governing Law
This agreement shall be interpreted in accordance with the laws of Japan.
Article 21: Exclusive Jurisdictional Court
The Tokyo Summary Court or the Tokyo District Court shall have exclusive jurisdiction in the first instance over any litigation that may arise in connection with these Terms and Conditions and the Service.