Legal Terms &
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Information on the Nicola Erni Collection’s website is available to the public.
Downloading or copying of texts, images, photos, films or any other data does not call for any transfer of rights on the content.
Copyright and any other rights relating to texts, images, photos, films or any other data available on the Nicola Erni Collection’s website are the exclusive property of the Nicola Erni Collection or of any other specifically mentioned owners. Any reproduction requires the prior written consent of the copyright holder.
Based on Article 13 of the Federal Constitution and the provisions of Federal Data Protection Legislation, everyone has the right to the protection of their privacy, as well as to the protection from the misuse of their personal details. The Nicola Erni Collection complies with these provisions. Personal data is treated as strictly confidential and is neither passed on nor sold to third parties. Data is only stored for security reasons. The Swiss Federal Data Protection Act (DPA) of 19 June 1992, the Ordinance to the Federal Act on Data Protection of 14 June 1993 (DPO) and the EU Data Protection Basic Regulation 2016/679 are date protection laws the collection complies with.
The Nicola Erni Collection does everything possible to protect databases from outside access, misuse, falsification or loss. We regularly review security policies and procedures to make sure that our systems are protected.
The Nicola Erni Collection has taken all possible measures to make sure that the information published is correct. However, no guarantee can be given concerning whether this information is the most current, complete, reliable and accurate one.
The Nicola Erni Collection cannot be made liable for any loss or damage of a material or immaterial nature that has evolved from the access to and use or non-use of published information, or from misuse of the connection of technical faults.
The Nicola Erni Collection reserves the right at all time to modify or delete the content partly or totally without notice or not to publish the content.