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WalterPack assumes no liability for any misuse of the contents of its website, the person that accesses or use them being solely responsible for said use. Furthermore, we assume no liability for the information contained on any third-party websites that can be accessed through links or search engines from this website.
WalterPack reserves the right to modify or eliminate, without prior notice, both the information contained on its website and its configuration and presentation, without assuming any liability.
WalterPack assumes no liability that may be derived from technical problems or failures that occur in the computer equipment during the connection to the Internet network, as well as damages that may be caused by third parties through illegitimate intrusions outside the control of WalterPack.
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In accordance with the provisions of Organic Law 15/1999 of 13 December on the Protection of Personal Data, we hereby inform you that any personal data provided by email or by the following contact form shall be registered in a file privately owned by WalterPack, with the aim of answering the questions raised. You have the right to access your data stored in our customer file, rectify them, cancel them, and oppose their treatment.
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Why are they important?
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