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You also may not create a link on the home page that references to a JJC-EVENTS page other than the home page (deep link), without the prior written consent by JJC-EVENTS.

In the event of a hyperlink to an external site, JJC-EVENTS has no responsibility for the contents or use of this site.

In any case, those who intend to use our content, can request it by email by writing to:

JC-EVENTS intends to fully respect the intellectual property rights of third parties. However, if someone believes to be injured in his/her exclusive rights may contact JJC-EVENTS for the removal of the protected material or to seek extrajudicial solutions to the question.