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Lumen Technologies, Inc. 透明性に関するレポート

Lumen Technologies, Inc.は、電子通信やインターネットサービスなどのテクノロジーを通じて人類の進歩を促進することに取り組むグローバル企業であり、透明性に関するレポートを半年ごとに発行することでデータを共有し、政府機関や企業のさまざまな行動がお客さまの個人情報のプライバシーとセキュリティにどのように影響するかを示しています。

 

Lumenの透明性に関するレポートでは、国家安全保障局による要請やForeign Intelligence Surveillance Act(「FISA」、外国情報監視法)の下で行われる情報の要求を含め、米国の連邦政府、州政府、および地方自治体による顧客情報の法的請求の件数とカテゴリーを開示しています。FISAと国家安全保障の請求はほとんどないため、透明性に関するレポートではこの2つのカテゴリーを合わせて報告しています。弊社では連邦法に従って0~249の項でこの情報を提供します。

 

Lumenは、政府機関による顧客情報の合法的な要求に対応する法的義務を負っていますが、お客さまのプライバシーの保護にも取り組んでいます。Lumenでは、このような情報を政府機関に提供する前に、顧客データに対するすべての要求を慎重に判断します。該当する要求が政府機関のニーズに適切に限定されていることを確認し、Lumenの対応がこのニーズを満たすために綿密に調整されていることを確認します。

 

Lumenは、透明性に関するレポートのデータを一般に公表して、顧客情報と監視プログラムに対する政府機関の請求についてのやり取りを公開しています。透明性に関するレポートの目的は、Lumenがお客さまのプライバシーの保護に全力で取り組むとともに、政府機関および国家安全保障の要請にも応えていることを利害関係者に立証することです。

Transparency Report FAQs

 

1. Why did Lumen decide to issue a transparency report, did something change?

Lumen issued this semi-annual transparency report to demonstrate to interested parties that we are committed to safeguarding our customers’ privacy to the best of our ability while also meeting the legitimate legal needs of the U.S. government and national security demands.

 

Following recent changes in European data protection laws, the European Data Protection Board determined that regular publication of transparency reports is considered a “supplemental measure” that may help mitigate against concerns regarding U.S. government surveillance laws and practices. We determined that in addition to the report being considered a supplemental measure, it would be in our customers’ best interest to have access to transparency reports outlining the types of law enforcement demands Lumen receives. These reports demonstrate the low level of demands that Lumen receives, particularly when referencing national security inquiries through Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act and National Security Letters.

 

2. Why is it limited to U.S. only?

U.S. state and local law enforcement are the primary source of law enforcement demands and the vast majority of those demands are targeted at mass market customers in the U.S.

 

3. When will you report on all countries where Lumen does business?

Lumen will continue to evaluate the benefits of reporting on other countries and will expand the report when we believe there is a sufficient need.

 

4. Will you notify me when you receive an inquiry for my data so I can determine if the request is legitimate and take appropriate actions?

Lumen takes legal demands for customer information seriously and prefers to provide notice to the customer when we receive a legal demand. However, in most instances, law enforcement requires us not to notify the target of the legal demand, so unfortunately, we cannot legally provide notice to the customer.

 

5. How does Lumen decide if a request for my data is legitimate?

Lumen takes great care in reviewing each legal demand for data before providing a response to the requesting agency. We have a team that carefully reviews each demand for legality, accuracy, scope, and validity, including whether the demand is appropriately limited to obtain only the information necessary to meet the government agency’s need. If our team determines that a demand is legally invalid, overly broad, inappropriate or seeks information outside the limitations of the type of demand, we will reject the legal demand or ask for further clarification. There are instances where we cannot produce the data even when we have received a valid request. For example, we may receive a demand for data that we do not possess, did not receive or collect, or no longer maintain due to data retention limitations. Lumen works closely and has developed good relationships with government agencies that can aid in this process.

 

6. Is your process in compliance with my customer contract?

Lumen’s process complies with our customer contracts and our privacy policy. Lumen is under a legal duty to respond to lawful demands from government agencies. Because we are also greatly concerned with protecting the privacy of our customers, we take great care in reviewing each legal demand for data before providing a response to the requesting agency.

 

7. How can I be sure that Lumen is protecting my data?

Lumen follows the law in responding to lawful demands from government agencies. We take great care with how we manage this process and work hard to protect the privacy of our customers to the best of our ability.

 

8. Can I “opt out” of any process that requests my data?

No. If Lumen receives a lawful demand from a government agency, we must respond or be in violation of federal, state and local laws.

 

9. Can I be informed after you share any of my data with the government?

In general, Lumen prefers to provide notice to the customer upon receipt of a legal demand. But in many instances, law enforcement demands under the law that we not provide notice to the target of the legal demand.

 

10. What types of data do you share with the government?

Depending on the legal demand, Lumen may share account data such as name, address, email address, telephone number, billing information, IP address, types of services to which the customer subscribes, call detail records, and form of payment. Some legal demands are for “content,” such as email messages, actual telephone conversations (wiretap), and sites visited on the internet.

 

11. If I have special concerns about confidentiality of my customer data, who can I talk to at Lumen?

Please contact: 

12. Why did you choose the categories of reporting, why not be more specific?  

There is no standard global or national format for publishing transparency reports. However, companies that do publish a transparency report must comply with the USA Freedom Act of 2015 that mandates how providers publish data about National Security Letters and Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act orders. Lumen’s report is based on the specific types of demands we receive and is consistent with the requirements of the USA Freedom Act of 2015.

Transparency Report FAQs

 

1. Why did Lumen decide to issue a transparency report, did something change?

Lumen issued this semi-annual transparency report to demonstrate to interested parties that we are committed to safeguarding our customers’ privacy to the best of our ability while also meeting the legitimate legal needs of the U.S. government and national security demands.

 

Following recent changes in European data protection laws, the European Data Protection Board determined that regular publication of transparency reports is considered a “supplemental measure” that may help mitigate against concerns regarding U.S. government surveillance laws and practices. We determined that in addition to the report being considered a supplemental measure, it would be in our customers’ best interest to have access to transparency reports outlining the types of law enforcement demands Lumen receives. These reports demonstrate the low level of demands that Lumen receives, particularly when referencing national security inquiries through Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act and National Security Letters.

 

2. Why is it limited to U.S. only?

U.S. state and local law enforcement are the primary source of law enforcement demands and the vast majority of those demands are targeted at mass market customers in the U.S.

 

3. When will you report on all countries where Lumen does business?

Lumen will continue to evaluate the benefits of reporting on other countries and will expand the report when we believe there is a sufficient need.

 

4. Will you notify me when you receive an inquiry for my data so I can determine if the request is legitimate and take appropriate actions?

Lumen takes legal demands for customer information seriously and prefers to provide notice to the customer when we receive a legal demand. However, in most instances, law enforcement requires us not to notify the target of the legal demand, so unfortunately, we cannot legally provide notice to the customer.

 

5. How does Lumen decide if a request for my data is legitimate?

Lumen takes great care in reviewing each legal demand for data before providing a response to the requesting agency. We have a team that carefully reviews each demand for legality, accuracy, scope, and validity, including whether the demand is appropriately limited to obtain only the information necessary to meet the government agency’s need. If our team determines that a demand is legally invalid, overly broad, inappropriate or seeks information outside the limitations of the type of demand, we will reject the legal demand or ask for further clarification. There are instances where we cannot produce the data even when we have received a valid request. For example, we may receive a demand for data that we do not possess, did not receive or collect, or no longer maintain due to data retention limitations. Lumen works closely and has developed good relationships with government agencies that can aid in this process.

 

6. Is your process in compliance with my customer contract?

Lumen’s process complies with our customer contracts and our privacy policy. Lumen is under a legal duty to respond to lawful demands from government agencies. Because we are also greatly concerned with protecting the privacy of our customers, we take great care in reviewing each legal demand for data before providing a response to the requesting agency.

 

7. How can I be sure that Lumen is protecting my data?

Lumen follows the law in responding to lawful demands from government agencies. We take great care with how we manage this process and work hard to protect the privacy of our customers to the best of our ability.

 

8. Can I “opt out” of any process that requests my data?

No. If Lumen receives a lawful demand from a government agency, we must respond or be in violation of federal, state and local laws.

 

9. Can I be informed after you share any of my data with the government?

In general, Lumen prefers to provide notice to the customer upon receipt of a legal demand. But in many instances, law enforcement demands under the law that we not provide notice to the target of the legal demand.

 

10. What types of data do you share with the government?

Depending on the legal demand, Lumen may share account data such as name, address, email address, telephone number, billing information, IP address, types of services to which the customer subscribes, call detail records, and form of payment. Some legal demands are for “content,” such as email messages, actual telephone conversations (wiretap), and sites visited on the internet.

 

11. If I have special concerns about confidentiality of my customer data, who can I talk to at Lumen?

Please contact: 

12. Why did you choose the categories of reporting, why not be more specific?  

There is no standard global or national format for publishing transparency reports. However, companies that do publish a transparency report must comply with the USA Freedom Act of 2015 that mandates how providers publish data about National Security Letters and Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act orders. Lumen’s report is based on the specific types of demands we receive and is consistent with the requirements of the USA Freedom Act of 2015.

Transparency Report FAQs

 

1. Why did Lumen decide to issue a transparency report, did something change?

Lumen issued this semi-annual transparency report to demonstrate to interested parties that we are committed to safeguarding our customers’ privacy to the best of our ability while also meeting the legitimate legal needs of the U.S. government and national security demands.

 

Following recent changes in European data protection laws, the European Data Protection Board determined that regular publication of transparency reports is considered a “supplemental measure” that may help mitigate against concerns regarding U.S. government surveillance laws and practices. We determined that in addition to the report being considered a supplemental measure, it would be in our customers’ best interest to have access to transparency reports outlining the types of law enforcement demands Lumen receives. These reports demonstrate the low level of demands that Lumen receives, particularly when referencing national security inquiries through Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act and National Security Letters.

 

2. Why is it limited to U.S. only?

U.S. state and local law enforcement are the primary source of law enforcement demands and the vast majority of those demands are targeted at mass market customers in the U.S.

 

3. When will you report on all countries where Lumen does business?

Lumen will continue to evaluate the benefits of reporting on other countries and will expand the report when we believe there is a sufficient need.

 

4. Will you notify me when you receive an inquiry for my data so I can determine if the request is legitimate and take appropriate actions?

Lumen takes legal demands for customer information seriously and prefers to provide notice to the customer when we receive a legal demand. However, in most instances, law enforcement requires us not to notify the target of the legal demand, so unfortunately, we cannot legally provide notice to the customer.

 

5. How does Lumen decide if a request for my data is legitimate?

Lumen takes great care in reviewing each legal demand for data before providing a response to the requesting agency. We have a team that carefully reviews each demand for legality, accuracy, scope, and validity, including whether the demand is appropriately limited to obtain only the information necessary to meet the government agency’s need. If our team determines that a demand is legally invalid, overly broad, inappropriate or seeks information outside the limitations of the type of demand, we will reject the legal demand or ask for further clarification. There are instances where we cannot produce the data even when we have received a valid request. For example, we may receive a demand for data that we do not possess, did not receive or collect, or no longer maintain due to data retention limitations. Lumen works closely and has developed good relationships with government agencies that can aid in this process.

 

6. Is your process in compliance with my customer contract?

Lumen’s process complies with our customer contracts and our privacy policy. Lumen is under a legal duty to respond to lawful demands from government agencies. Because we are also greatly concerned with protecting the privacy of our customers, we take great care in reviewing each legal demand for data before providing a response to the requesting agency.

 

7. How can I be sure that Lumen is protecting my data?

Lumen follows the law in responding to lawful demands from government agencies. We take great care with how we manage this process and work hard to protect the privacy of our customers to the best of our ability.

 

8. Can I “opt out” of any process that requests my data?

No. If Lumen receives a lawful demand from a government agency, we must respond or be in violation of federal, state and local laws.

 

9. Can I be informed after you share any of my data with the government?

In general, Lumen prefers to provide notice to the customer upon receipt of a legal demand. But in many instances, law enforcement demands under the law that we not provide notice to the target of the legal demand.

 

10. What types of data do you share with the government?

Depending on the legal demand, Lumen may share account data such as name, address, email address, telephone number, billing information, IP address, types of services to which the customer subscribes, call detail records, and form of payment. Some legal demands are for “content,” such as email messages, actual telephone conversations (wiretap), and sites visited on the internet.

 

11. If I have special concerns about confidentiality of my customer data, who can I talk to at Lumen?

Please contact: 

12. Why did you choose the categories of reporting, why not be more specific?  

There is no standard global or national format for publishing transparency reports. However, companies that do publish a transparency report must comply with the USA Freedom Act of 2015 that mandates how providers publish data about National Security Letters and Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act orders. Lumen’s report is based on the specific types of demands we receive and is consistent with the requirements of the USA Freedom Act of 2015.

透明性に関するよくある質問

 

1. Why did Lumen decide to issue a transparency report, did something change?

Lumen issued this semi-annual transparency report to demonstrate to interested parties that we are committed to safeguarding our customers’ privacy to the best of our ability while also meeting the legitimate legal needs of the U.S. government and national security demands.

 

Following recent changes in European data protection laws, the European Data Protection Board determined that regular publication of transparency reports is considered a “supplemental measure” that may help mitigate against concerns regarding U.S. government surveillance laws and practices. We determined that in addition to the report being considered a supplemental measure, it would be in our customers’ best interest to have access to transparency reports outlining the types of law enforcement demands Lumen receives. These reports demonstrate the low level of demands that Lumen receives, particularly when referencing national security inquiries through Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act and National Security Letters.

 

2. Why is it limited to U.S. only?

U.S. state and local law enforcement are the primary source of law enforcement demands and the vast majority of those demands are targeted at mass market customers in the U.S.

 

3. When will you report on all countries where Lumen does business?

Lumen will continue to evaluate the benefits of reporting on other countries and will expand the report when we believe there is a sufficient need.

 

4. Will you notify me when you receive an inquiry for my data so I can determine if the request is legitimate and take appropriate actions?

Lumen takes legal demands for customer information seriously and prefers to provide notice to the customer when we receive a legal demand. However, in most instances, law enforcement requires us not to notify the target of the legal demand, so unfortunately, we cannot legally provide notice to the customer.

 

5. How does Lumen decide if a request for my data is legitimate?

Lumen takes great care in reviewing each legal demand for data before providing a response to the requesting agency. We have a team that carefully reviews each demand for legality, accuracy, scope, and validity, including whether the demand is appropriately limited to obtain only the information necessary to meet the government agency’s need. If our team determines that a demand is legally invalid, overly broad, inappropriate or seeks information outside the limitations of the type of demand, we will reject the legal demand or ask for further clarification. There are instances where we cannot produce the data even when we have received a valid request. For example, we may receive a demand for data that we do not possess, did not receive or collect, or no longer maintain due to data retention limitations. Lumen works closely and has developed good relationships with government agencies that can aid in this process.

 

6. Is your process in compliance with my customer contract?

Lumen’s process complies with our customer contracts and our privacy policy. Lumen is under a legal duty to respond to lawful demands from government agencies. Because we are also greatly concerned with protecting the privacy of our customers, we take great care in reviewing each legal demand for data before providing a response to the requesting agency.

 

7. How can I be sure that Lumen is protecting my data?

Lumen follows the law in responding to lawful demands from government agencies. We take great care with how we manage this process and work hard to protect the privacy of our customers to the best of our ability.

 

8. Can I “opt out” of any process that requests my data?

No. If Lumen receives a lawful demand from a government agency, we must respond or be in violation of federal, state and local laws.

 

9. Can I be informed after you share any of my data with the government?

In general, Lumen prefers to provide notice to the customer upon receipt of a legal demand. But in many instances, law enforcement demands under the law that we not provide notice to the target of the legal demand.

 

10. What types of data do you share with the government?

Depending on the legal demand, Lumen may share account data such as name, address, email address, telephone number, billing information, IP address, types of services to which the customer subscribes, call detail records, and form of payment. Some legal demands are for “content,” such as email messages, actual telephone conversations (wiretap), and sites visited on the internet.

 

11. If I have special concerns about confidentiality of my customer data, who can I talk to at Lumen?

Please contact: 

12. Why did you choose the categories of reporting, why not be more specific?  

There is no standard global or national format for publishing transparency reports. However, companies that do publish a transparency report must comply with the USA Freedom Act of 2015 that mandates how providers publish data about National Security Letters and Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act orders. Lumen’s report is based on the specific types of demands we receive and is consistent with the requirements of the USA Freedom Act of 2015.

Transparency Report FAQs

 

1. Why did Lumen decide to issue a transparency report, did something change?

Lumen issued this semi-annual transparency report to demonstrate to interested parties that we are committed to safeguarding our customers’ privacy to the best of our ability while also meeting the legitimate legal needs of the U.S. government and national security demands.

 

Following recent changes in European data protection laws, the European Data Protection Board determined that regular publication of transparency reports is considered a “supplemental measure” that may help mitigate against concerns regarding U.S. government surveillance laws and practices. We determined that in addition to the report being considered a supplemental measure, it would be in our customers’ best interest to have access to transparency reports outlining the types of law enforcement demands Lumen receives. These reports demonstrate the low level of demands that Lumen receives, particularly when referencing national security inquiries through Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act and National Security Letters.

 

2. Why is it limited to U.S. only?

U.S. state and local law enforcement are the primary source of law enforcement demands and the vast majority of those demands are targeted at mass market customers in the U.S.

 

3. When will you report on all countries where Lumen does business?

Lumen will continue to evaluate the benefits of reporting on other countries and will expand the report when we believe there is a sufficient need.

 

4. Will you notify me when you receive an inquiry for my data so I can determine if the request is legitimate and take appropriate actions?

Lumen takes legal demands for customer information seriously and prefers to provide notice to the customer when we receive a legal demand. However, in most instances, law enforcement requires us not to notify the target of the legal demand, so unfortunately, we cannot legally provide notice to the customer.

 

5. How does Lumen decide if a request for my data is legitimate?

Lumen takes great care in reviewing each legal demand for data before providing a response to the requesting agency. We have a team that carefully reviews each demand for legality, accuracy, scope, and validity, including whether the demand is appropriately limited to obtain only the information necessary to meet the government agency’s need. If our team determines that a demand is legally invalid, overly broad, inappropriate or seeks information outside the limitations of the type of demand, we will reject the legal demand or ask for further clarification. There are instances where we cannot produce the data even when we have received a valid request. For example, we may receive a demand for data that we do not possess, did not receive or collect, or no longer maintain due to data retention limitations. Lumen works closely and has developed good relationships with government agencies that can aid in this process.

 

6. Is your process in compliance with my customer contract?

Lumen’s process complies with our customer contracts and our privacy policy. Lumen is under a legal duty to respond to lawful demands from government agencies. Because we are also greatly concerned with protecting the privacy of our customers, we take great care in reviewing each legal demand for data before providing a response to the requesting agency.

 

7. How can I be sure that Lumen is protecting my data?

Lumen follows the law in responding to lawful demands from government agencies. We take great care with how we manage this process and work hard to protect the privacy of our customers to the best of our ability.

 

8. Can I “opt out” of any process that requests my data?

No. If Lumen receives a lawful demand from a government agency, we must respond or be in violation of federal, state and local laws.

 

9. Can I be informed after you share any of my data with the government?

In general, Lumen prefers to provide notice to the customer upon receipt of a legal demand. But in many instances, law enforcement demands under the law that we not provide notice to the target of the legal demand.

 

10. What types of data do you share with the government?

Depending on the legal demand, Lumen may share account data such as name, address, email address, telephone number, billing information, IP address, types of services to which the customer subscribes, call detail records, and form of payment. Some legal demands are for “content,” such as email messages, actual telephone conversations (wiretap), and sites visited on the internet.

 

11. If I have special concerns about confidentiality of my customer data, who can I talk to at Lumen?

Please contact: 

12. Why did you choose the categories of reporting, why not be more specific?  

There is no standard global or national format for publishing transparency reports. However, companies that do publish a transparency report must comply with the USA Freedom Act of 2015 that mandates how providers publish data about National Security Letters and Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act orders. Lumen’s report is based on the specific types of demands we receive and is consistent with the requirements of the USA Freedom Act of 2015.

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