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1. the management of the website and activities;
2. personalization of the website for the benefit of the user;
3. access by the user to the services available on our website;
4. the sending of e-mail notifications specifically requested by you;
5. the management of requests and complaints from you, your actions in relation to our website; 6. the maintenance of the security of our website and the prevention of fraud;

Personal data retention

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Personal data security

1. All reasonable technical and organizational precautions will be taken to avoid any event of loss, misuse or alteration of personal information.
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