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Oghers is an online news website founded and run by two young aspiring journalists.

The goal is to give the reader information about the products in order to guide it to a more informed purchase

GENERAL CONDITIONS OF USE OF OGHERS

This blog is not a journal as it is updated without any periodicity.
Therefore, it can not be considered an editorial product under Law No. 62, 7.03.2001.

The information contained in this blog, though provided in good faith and believed to be accurate, it may contain inaccuracies or typographical errors be. The authors therefore reserve the right to change, update or delete the contents of the blog without notice.
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The authors of the blog are not responsible for linked websites or their content that may be subject to change over time.
The authors finally reserves at its discretion, at any time, the right to change these terms of use and discontinue site availability at any time and without notice.

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In any case, the use of the site and its services implies acceptance of the changes in the meantime.

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