1. What is this privacy policy about?

Werap-Wicklerei AG, Werap-Elektronik AG and Werap Holding AG, all based in Bubikon, and CAC Fabrimex GmbH based in Gerstetten (DE), together forming the «Werap Group» (also referred to as «we», «us») procures and processes personal data that concerns you or other persons (so-called «third parties»). We use the term «data» here to mean the same as «personal details» or «personal data».

«Personal data» means data that relates to a specific or determinable person and «processing» means any handling of personal data, e.g. its procurement, storage, use, changing, disclosing and deleting.

In this privacy policy we describe what we do with your data if you visit or and If you disclose data about other persons (e.g. family members, work colleagues) to us, we assume that you are authorised to do so and that these data are correct. With the transfer of data about third parties you confirm this. Please also make sure that these third parties have been informed about this privacy policy.

This privacy policy is construed from the Swiss Data Protection Act («DSG») with the corresponding ordinances and the requirements of the EU General Data Protection Regulation («GDPR»). However, whether and to what extent these laws are applicable depends on the individual case.

2. Who is responsible for the processing of your data?

At least one of our companies is responsible for any processing of your data. In the case of the Werap Group – unless stated otherwise – this is the company responsible for and named as the operator of the website concerned or the area of the website in which you have opened this privacy policy (e.g. in the legal notices, by being named in the relevant documents or otherwise by naming). If another body, as an independent controller, processes personal data on such a website, we state this. In addition, the company with which you communicate, with which you have a contract or want to conclude a contract, with which you have a business relationship, from which you wish to use a service, that you apply for a job to, which you visit, on whose social media sites you move, whose apps you use or which approaches you, is the controller for the associated procurement of personal data.

You can contact us about data protection matters and to exercise your rights, regardless of the individual responsible company, as follows:

Werap-Wicklerei AG
Techcenterstrasse 2
CH-8608 Bubikon
+41 55 253 31 11

You can, of course, also contact the other companies of the Werap Group:

·             Werap-Elektronik AG, Bubikon, Switzerland
·             Werap Holding AG, Bubikon, Switzerland

You can also contact these bodies regarding data protection matters.

3. Which data do we process?

We process different categories of your personal data. The most important categories are the following:

·             Master data: These are the basic data (e.g. name, contact details), further information about you (e.g. about roles and functions) and your relationship with us (e.g. customer, supplier, visitor, service recipient or employee of such, etc.), bank details, date of birth, photos, copies of IDs, customer history, possible authorisations, signature authorisations and declarations of consent, information about third parties (e.g. contacts, representatives).

·             Registration data: These are data accumulated by us within the scope of a registration (online or app), or which you inform us of (e.g. user name, email, password), as well as data accumulated within the scope of competitions or on redeeming vouchers and, if applicable, access data for the purposes of access controls (can also include biometric data).

·             Contract data: These are data accumulated in connection with a contract concluded by us or for the purposes of the provision of our services, such as information about the type of contract, date on which the contract was concluded, contract duration, contractual services, data in the run-up to the conclusion of the contract, for processing required or used information (e.g. information regarding invoicing or customer service, information about responses (e.g. complaints or information on satisfaction, etc.), financial data (e.g. information about solvency/creditworthiness, on reminders and collection).

·             Communication data: These are data accumulated in connection with the communication between us and with third parties (e.g. by contact form, email, phone, letter), such as the content of emails or letters, your contact details and marginal data of the communication, possibly the copy of an ID. These also include video and audio recordings of (video) phone calls.

  Technical data: These are data accumulated within the scope of use of our electronic offers (e.g. website, apps, free WLAN (Wi-Fi)), such as IP address, information about the operating system of your terminal device, the region and time of use. Technical data per se do not allow conclusions to be drawn concerning your identity. However, they can be linked with other data categories (e.g. registration data) and thus possibly be linked to you.

·             Behaviour and preference data: These are data about your behaviour and your preferences, such as responses to electronic notifications, navigation on the website, interactions with our social media profiles, participation in competitions or events, etc.), possibly supplemented with third-party information (including from publicly accessible sources). Regarding tracking, see no. 13.

·         Job application data: These are data that we process for the purposes of a job application and which, among other things, are included in your application documents (e.g. career path, education and training, references). We can also procure data from public sources, for example, from job-related social networks, the internet or the media.

·             Other data: To this end, among other things, this can include the following information and data: Data accumulated in connection with official or legal procedures (e.g. files, evidence, etc.), data collected due to health protection (e.g. for the purposes of protection concepts), photos, video or sound recordings, which we produce or receive from third parties and on which you are identifiable (e.g. at events, through security cameras, etc.), access data or rights (e.g. according to a visitor list, when you enter certain buildings or which access rights you have), participation in events or campaigns (e.g. competitions and events), when you use our infrastructure and systems. Data relating to your position as a shareholder or investor in us (e.g. information for various registers, the exercising of your rights and the holding of events such as general meetings).

4. Where does the data come from?

‍·             From you: You disclose much of the data named in no. 3 to us yourself (e.g. as part of the communication with us, relating to contracts or our services, by using our website and other services, etc.). With the exception of individual cases (e.g. legal obligations such as legally necessary identity verification or protection concepts), you are not obliged to disclose your data. However, if you conclude contracts with us or want to make use of our services (for yourself or for your employer or client), you must provide us with certain data (particularly master, contract and registration data). The processing of technical data is unavoidable when using our website and apps. If you want to receive access to certain systems or buildings, you must possibly provide us with registration data. In the case of behaviour and preference data, however, you are able to object or to not give your consent .

·             From third parties: Where permitted, we can also acquire data from publicly accessible sources (e.g. enforced payment collection registers, land registers, companies’ registers, media or the internet incl. social media) or obtain data from authorities and other third parties (e.g. commercial credit agencies, list brokers, associations, contractual partners, internet analysis services, etc.). In particular, these include the following categories: Master data, contract data and other data, including all other data categories named in no. 3 and data from correspondence and meetings with third parties. If you work for an employer or client or someone else who has a business relationship with us or is otherwise associated with us, they will possibly also make data about you accessible to us.

5. For what purposes do we process your data?

‍·             Communication: In order to communicate with you (e.g. to answer enquiries, as part of the consultation and contract processing), we must process your data (particularly communication and master data, including registration data relating to services used by you). If we have to or want to determine your identity, we collect additional data (e.g. a copy of an ID). To this end we use, in particular, communication data and master data and also registration data relating to services used by you.

·             Drafting, management and processing of contracts: We process personal data associated with the conclusion of contracts and contract processing with our customers, suppliers, subcontractors or other contractual partners (e.g. project partners). To this end, we also process to check the creditworthiness, opening and management of the customer relationship, for advice, for customer support and for the provision and demand of contractual services (which also includes involving third parties, such as logistics companies, advertising service providers or commercial credit agencies, which can also supply us with data). This includes the assertion of legal claims arising out of contracts (collection, court cases, etc.), accounting, the ending of contracts and public communication. To this end, in particular we use master, contract and communication data, possibly the registration data of the customer or the persons for whom the customer arranges a service and technical data (e.g. for digital offers).

·             Marketing purposes and for relationship management: We process data for marketing purposes and for relationship management, for example, to send our customers, other contractual partners and other interested parties personalised advertising (e.g. as printed matter, by email, via an app, on other electronic channels or by phone) for products, services and other news from us and from third parties (e.g. from product partners), related to free services (e.g. invitations, vouchers, etc.) or within the scope of individual marketing campaigns (e.g. events, competitions, etc.). You can reject such contacts at any time or refuse or withdraw a consent in the contact for advertising purposes by notifying us (no. 2). With your consent, we are able to direct our online advertising at you in a more targeted way (see no. 13). This also includes interaction with existing customers and their contacts, which can be personalised on the basis of behaviour and preference data. As part of our relationship management, we also operate a customer relationship management (CRM) system in which we store the data of customers and other business partners. Finally, we also enable our contractual partners to address our customers and other contractual partners for advertising purposes (see no. 8). For marketing purposes and relationship management, we process, in particular, communication, registration, behaviour and preference data.

·             Market research, improving our services and our business and product development: In order to continuously improve our products and services (incl. our website and other electronic offers) and to quickly respond to changing needs, we analyse, for example, how you navigate through our website or which products are used by which groups of people in which way and how new products and services can be developed (for further details, see no. 13). This provides us with information about the market acceptance of existing products and services and the market potential of new ones. To this end, in particular we process master, behaviour and preference data, as well as communication data and information from customer questionnaires, surveys and studies and other information, e.g. from the media, from social media, from the internet and from other public sources. Where reasonably implementable, we use pseudonymised or anonymised information for these purposes.

·             Registration and security purposes, and technical and physical access controls: In order to use certain offers and services (e.g. login areas, free WLAN (Wi-Fi)) you must register with us (directly or via our external login service provider); we process data for this. Furthermore, we also collect other personal data about you during your use of the offer or service. We check and improve continuously the appropriate security of our IT and our other infrastructure (e.g. buildings). We therefore process data, e.g. for monitoring, controls, analyses and tests of our networks and IT infrastructures, for system tests and error checking, for documentation purposes and for the purposes of backup copies. The access controls include on the one hand, control of the accesses to electronic systems (e.g. logging into user accounts) but on the other hand, physical access control too (e.g. building accesses). For security purposes (preventive and to resolve incidents), we also keep access logs and visitor lists and use surveillance systems (e.g. security cameras). We use corresponding signs to inform you of surveillance systems at the locations concerned. To this end, in particular, we process registration data (including biometric data) and technical data, as well as other data named in no. 3.

·             Compliance with laws, instructions and recommendations of authorities and internal regulations («compliance»): We can process personal data for the purpose of complying with laws (e.g. combating money laundering, tax obligations, implementation of health and safety concepts). Data can also be processed in case of internal and external investigations (e.g. by a law enforcement agency or supervisory authorities or a commissioned private body). To this end, in particular we process master data, contract data and communication data, and in some circumstances behaviour data, technical data and data from the categories of the other data too. The legal duties can involve Swiss law but also foreign provisions, to which we are subject, also self-regulation, industry standards, our own «corporate governance» and official instructions and requests.

 ·             Risk management and corporate management: We can process personal data as part of the risk management (e.g. for protection against tortious activities) and the corporate management, including our company organisation (e.g. resource planning) and corporate development (e.g. acquisition and sale of parts of business or companies). To this end, in particular we process master data, contract data, registration data and technical data, as well as behaviour and communication data.

·             Job application: If you apply to us for a job, we procure and process the relevant data for the purpose of checking the application, to implement the application procedure and in the case of successful applications, to prepare and conclude a corresponding contract. The data process relating to the employment relationship is the subject of a separate privacy policy.

·             Other purposes: These other purposes include, e.g. training purposes, administrative purposes (e.g. the management of master data or accounting), the safeguarding of our rights and the evaluation and improvement of internal processes. We can record phone or video conferences for training, evidence and quality assurance purposes. In such cases, we draw your attention to this separately (e.g. by a display during the video conference concerned) and you are free to notify us if you do not want any recording or want to end the communication (if you only do not want your image to be recorded, please switch off your camera). In general, such recordings may only be made and used in accordance with our internal specifications. Safeguarding other legitimate interests is also one of the other purposes that cannot be conclusively named. We also process data relating to your position as a shareholder or investor in us (e.g. information for various registers, the exercising of your rights and the holding of events such as general meetings).

6. On what basis do we process your data?

Depending on the situation and processing purpose, where required, the processing of your data by us is based on the following principles:

·             Contract: Insofar as we process data for the conclusion and processing of contracts, which we conclude or have concluded with you or your employer, client or other persons for whom you work, this is also the legal basis on which we process your data.

·             Legal obligations: We can also process your data on the basis of the applicable legal, regulatory and conduct regulations with which we must comply.

·             Legitimate interest: We can process your data due to our legitimate interest or a legitimate interest of a third party. This applies in particular in relation to achieving the purposes and goals named in no. 5 and for the implementation of associated measures. Among other things, we have a legitimate (and overriding) interest in the marketing of our products and services and in a better understanding of the markets relevant for us and our activity (in particular in the efficient and secure handling of our processes and in the further development of our activities), in the efficient and effective management of our company and in the safeguarding of the security of our systems and our interests vis-à-vis third parties.

·             Consent: If we request your consent to the processing of your data, this is the legal basis on which we process your data. We inform you about the purpose of the processing. You can withdraw consents at any time by notifying us in writing (by post or, unless stated or agreed otherwise, by email) with effect for the future (see no. 2 regarding our contact details and no. 13 regarding the withdrawal of your consent in the online tracking area). As soon as we have received and processed the notification of the withdrawal of your consent, we will no longer process your data for the purposes to which you originally consented (unless the further processing may be carried out by virtue of another legal basis).

·             Other legal bases: In specific cases we can also process data based on other legal bases. If this is the case, we will inform you on a case-by-case basis.

7. To whom do we disclose your data?

‍In relation to our contracts, the website, our products and services, our legal duties or otherwise to safeguard our legitimate interests and the other purposes listed in no. 5, we also transmit your personal data to third parties, in particular to the following categories of recipients:

·             Group companies: The Group companies (Werap-Wicklerei AG, Werap-Elektronik AG, Werap Holding AG, CAC Fabrimex GmbH) can use your data as described in this privacy policy for themselves for the same purposes as us (see no. 5). We can also disclose your health data to our Group companies. The recipients process the data on their own responsibility, but can also process them on our behalf us or in joint responsibility with us.

·             Service providers: We work with service providers at home and abroad (third parties) who process data about you (i) on our behalf, (ii) in joint responsibility with us or (iii) data that they have received from us, on their own responsibility (e.g. IT providers, mail order firms, advertising service providers, cleaning companies, security companies, banks, insurance companies, collection agencies, credit reference agencies, address verifiers, consulting firms or lawyers). This can also include health data. For details of the service providers brought in for the website see no. 13.             Contractual partners, including customers: This firstly means customers and other contractual partners of ours, where the transmission of your data results from the contract (e.g. because you work for a contractual partner or they provide services to or for you). The recipients include other contractual partners with whom we cooperate or who carry out advertising for us. Contractual partners can receive, e.g. registration data regarding issued and redeemed vouchers, invitations, etc. The recipients process the data on their own responsibility.

·             Authorities: We can pass on personal data to administrative bodies, courts and other authorities at home and abroad, if we are legally obliged or authorised to do so or this appears to be necessary to safeguard our interests. This can also include health data. The recipients process the data on their own responsibility.

·             Other persons: This means other cases where involvement of third parties results from the purposes set out in no. 5. Other recipients are, for example, delivery addressees stated by you or third-party payment recipients, third parties within the scope of representation relationships (e.g., your lawyer or your bank) or to persons involved in public authorities or court procedures. When we work with media and transmit material to them (e.g. photos), this can also affect you. Within the scope of the corporate development, we can purchase or acquire businesses, parts of businesses, assets or companies or enter into partnerships, which can also result in the disclosure of data (including yours, e.g. as a customer or supplier or as their representative) to the persons involved in these transactions. As part of the communication with our competitors, industry organisations, associations and other bodies, data can also be exchanged which occasionally concern you.

All these categories of recipients can in turn involve third parties so that your data can also become accessible to them. We can restrict the processing by certain third parties (e.g. IT providers), but not those other third parties (e.g. public authorities, banks, etc.).

We also enable certain third parties to in turn collect personal data from you on our website and at events of ours (e.g. media photographers, providers of tools that we have integrated on our website, etc.). Insofar as we are not decisively involved in these data collections, these third parties are solely responsible for them. If you have any requests or concerns and to exercise your data protection rights, please contact these third parties directly. See no. 13 for the website.

8. Is your personal data also transferred abroad?

‍We process and store personal data mainly in Switzerland and in the European Economic Area (EEA). However, occasionally we can also pass on personal data to service providers and other recipients (see no. 8), who are outside this area or who process personal data outside this area, namely in any country of the world.

If a recipient is in a country without appropriate statutory data protection, we contractually oblige the recipient to comply with the applicable data protection (to this end, we use the revised standard contract clauses of the European Commission, which are available here:, insofar as they are not already subject to legally recognised regulations for ensuring data protection and we cannot rely on an exemption clause. An exception can apply nominally in legal procedures abroad, but also in cases of overriding public interests or if contract processing requires such disclosure, if you have consented or it involves data made generally accessible by you, the processing of which you have not contradicted.

Please also note that data that are exchanged over the internet are frequently routed via third countries. Your data can therefore also get abroad even if the sender and recipient are in the same country.

9. How long do we process your data?

‍We process your data as long as our processing purposes, the statutory retention periods and our legitimate interests in the processing for documentation and evidentiary purposes require or storage is for technical reasons (e.g. in the case of backups or document management systems). Unless excluded by legal or contractual duties, after the storage or processing period has expired, we anonymise your data as part of our usual processes.

Provided no legal retention regulations exist in an individual case, we generally process personal data for the duration of the business relationship or the contract term and then, depending on the applicable legal basis, for a further five, ten or more years. This corresponds to the period within which we can make legal claims against third parties or third parties against us. Ongoing or expected legal procedures can result in processing beyond this duration. You will find further information on the storage duration of cookies under no. 13.2.

10. How do we protect your data?

We take appropriate security measures to safeguard the confidentiality, integrity and availability of your personal data, to protect it against unauthorised or unlawful processing and to counteract the risks of loss, accidental alteration, unintentional disclosure or unauthorised access. However, in general, the security risks cannot be completely excluded, a certain residual risk is unavoidable.

11. What are your rights?

Under certain circumstances, the applicable data protection law grants you the right to object to the processing of your data, especially that for purposes of direct marketing, profiling for direct advertising reasons and other legitimate interests in the processing. To make it easier for you to control the processing of your personal data, depending on the applicable data protection law, you also have the following rights in relation to our data processing:

‍·             The right to obtain information from us about whether and which of your data we process;
·             the right to obtain rectification of data by us if they are inaccurate;
·             the right to obtain the erasure of data;
·             the right to receive certain personal data in a commonly used electronic format or to request its transfer to another controller;
·             the right to withdraw a consent, provided our processing is based on your consent;
·             the right to receive further information on request, which is required to exercise these rights;

If you want to exercise the above-named rights against us, please contact us in writing, on site or, unless stated or agreed otherwise, by email; you will find our contact details in no. 2. To exclude misuse, we must identify you (e.g. with a copy of your ID, provided this is not possible with less extensive means).

You also have these rights against other bodies that work with us on their own responsibility – please contact them directly if you want to exercise rights relating to their processing. Information on our important cooperation partners and service providers can be found in no. 8, further information in no. 13.

Please note that requirements, exceptions or restrictions apply to these rights under the applicable data protection law (e.g. for the protection of third parties or of trade secrets). We will inform you accordingly if applicable.

Please notify us if you do not agree to our handling of your rights or data protection. Especially if you are in the EEA, in the United Kingdom or in Switzerland, you also have the right to complain to the data protection supervisory authority of your country. A list of the authorities in the EEA can be found here: You can contact the supervisory authority of the United Kingdom here: You can also contact the Swiss Federal Data Protection and Information Commissioner:

12. Do we use online tracking, online advertising techniques and similar techniques?

On our website (incl. apps, newsletters and other digital offers), we use different techniques (e.g. cookies, fingerprinting, tracking pixels and similar techniques), with which we and third parties brought in by us recognise your use and in some circumstances can track it across multiple visits.

We use our own tools and occasionally the services of third-party providers, in particular to improve the function or the content of our website (e.g. integration of videos or maps), to compile statistics and to place advertising. This enables us and authorised third-party providers to offer you a personalised web experience (e.g. personalised advertising, interactions on social media sites, etc.).

12.1  What are cookies and similar techniques

‍A cookie is a small text file with an identifier (a sequence of letters and numbers), which is transmitted between the server and your system. This enables us and the third-party providers mandated by us or who cooperate with us to recognise visitors to our website and to track them over multiple visits and across different websites. Cookies enable the recognition of a specific device or browser and do not necessarily contain information that identifies a user individually. However, your personal data that we or third-party providers mandated by us or who cooperate with us store (e.g., if you have a user account with us or these providers) can be linked with the information stored in cookies and acquired from them and thus possibly to you.

In addition to cookies, there are other similar techniques such as pixel tags, fingerprints and social media plug-ins. Pixel tags are small, normally invisible images or a program code, which are loaded by a server and supply the server operator with certain information (e.g. access to a website). Fingerprints consist of information collected during your visit to the website about the configuration of your terminal device or your browser and which enables your terminal device to be distinguished from other devices. Social media plug-ins are small software modules that establish a connection between your visit to our website and the social media platform of a third-party provider. The social media plug-in notifies the third-party provider that you have visited our website and can transmit cookies to the third-party provider, who has placed them in your web browser beforehand. Further information about how these third-party providers use your personal data collected about via their social media plug-ins can be found in the respective data privacy statements.

12.2  What types of cookies and similar technologies do we use?

The cookies and similar technologies, which we use on our websites are used for the following purposes (similar techniques are each also included):
‍·             Necessary cookies: Several cookies are indispensable for use of the website and its functions. These cookies ensure the main functions of the website, e.g. the possibility to navigate from page to page without losing the products placed in the shopping trolley. They also ensure that you stay connected to the website. These cookies have an expiration time of up to [12] months.

·             Performance and analysis cookies: Performance and analysis cookies collect information about how our website is used and enable us to perform analyses about the use of the website, e.g. which pages are opened the most frequently and how visitors navigate on our website. These cookies are used to make the visit to the website easier and faster and to generally improve the user experience and convenience. To this end, we use the analysis services of third parties. Before we use such cookies, we ask you for your consent. You can withdraw this at any time via the cookie settings here [Link] [RN(58] [MG59]. These cookies have an expiration time of up to [24] months.

‍·             Marketing cookies: Marketing cookies help us and our advertising partners to show you advertising for offers or services on our website that could be of interest to you or to show our advertising after you have left our website and continue to surf the internet, i.e. to show you targeted advertising. Depending on the circumstances, these cookies have an expiration time ranging from [a few days] to [12] months.

Details of our third-party providers and advertising partners can be found in the consent management system, which is available here In the consent management system, you can also disable certain categories of cookies by making the corresponding settings. Several of the third-party providers used by us are possibly in a different country to us. Information on data disclosure abroad can be found under no. 9. When you agree to the use of cookies, you accept that your data can be transmitted to a country in which there is not an appropriate level of data protection and accept the risk that your data are possibly exposed to access by foreign authorities in the country of the recipient, which do not abide by appropriate data protection regulations. You can withdraw your cookies consent at any time, as explained in no. 13.3.

12.3  How can I control the use of cookies and similar technologies?

‍You can manage your preferences in relation to the use of cookies and similar techniques on our website by accessing the consent management system, which is available here
‍Browsers can accept or reject cookies automatically, but also allow you to change these settings. You can also disable or delete cookies that you have previously accepted. Note that all settings are lost if you delete all cookies, including the setting that you do not want to accept any cookies, as this in turn requires that an opt-out cookie has been set. The settings must be made separately for each browser you use. To find out how to manage cookies in your browser, refer to the Help menu of your browser.

If you decide to reject cookies and similar techniques, you can still use our website, however, your access to several functions and areas of our website can be restricted.

13. Which data do we process on our sites on social networks?

‍We can operate sites on social networks and on other platforms operated by third parties and other online presences («Fanpages», «Channels», «Profile», etc.) and process the data about you there described in no. 3 and in the following. We receive these data from you and the platforms when you come into contact with us via our online presence (e.g. when you communicate with us, comment on our content or visit our presence). At the same time, the providers of the platforms can analyse your use of our online presences (e.g. the way in which you interact with us, use our online presences, what you look at, comment on or "like") and process these data which they have about you (e.g. information about your age and gender and other demographic information). In this way, they create profiles about you and statistics about use of our online presences. They use these data and profiles to display our and other advertising and other personalised content on the platform and to control behaviour on the platform, but also for market and user research and to supply us and other parties with information about you and your use of our online presence. Insofar as we are responsible for certain types of processing, together with the provider, we will conclude a corresponding contract with them. You can find out about the main content of this contract from the provider. They also process these data for their own purposes, especially for marketing and market research purposes (e.g. for the personalisation of advertising) and for the management of their platforms (e.g. to decide which content they show you) and to this end, act as separate controllers. We are entitled but not obliged to check content before or after its publication on our online presences, to delete content without prior announcement and to possibly report them to the provider of the platform concerned. In the event of infringements of rules of etiquette or behaviour we can also inform the provider of the platform on which the user account concerned is located for blocking or deletion.

For further information on processing by the platform operators, please refer to the data privacy statements of the respective platforms. There you can also find out in which countries your data are processes, which access and erasure rights you have and how you can exercise them or obtain further information. We currently use the following platforms:

Facebook:Our profile:

Instagram:Our profile:

Xing:Our profile:

LinkedIn: Our profile:

14. Can this privacy policy be changed?

This privacy policy is not part of a contract with you. We can amend this privacy policy at any time. The version published on this website is the current version.

Last update: [2024-02-20]


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