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In accordance with the “Privacy Protection Act”, MFNF – SPLIT FILM FESTIVAL undertakes to collect and process personal data of its users only and solely with their permission and for the purpose with which the user of the service has been previously acquainted. In order to implement the required services, MFNF – SPLIT FILM FESTIVAL will only use the information you provide voluntarily and personally. We undertake not to sell the information, share them with the public or disclose them to a third party in a way that is not specified in this statement. You have the right to request the deletion or updating of your data at any time by sending an e-mail to MFNF – SPLIT FILM FESTIVAL.
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The information on this site is considered correct at the time of entry. All data will be reviewed regularly, and any errors will be removed immediately. MFNF – SPLIT FILM FESTIVAL reserves the right to change the information on this website without any special warning.
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