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The site content is available for free and offered for fun. Upper limit of any liability is zero Euros. Any donation to site or owner is given freely without any binding responsibility.
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The site uses multiple WordPress plugins.
The site uses extra security measures and if a penetration attempt is detected, the site tracks detailed information from attacker for later use.