You are visiting the pages of the Website Jasci.it. The pages of this Website are part of a communication programme that Cantina Jasci provides to their customers and internet users. The user can visit and view these pages for their own personal use only. The purpose of this Website is to disseminate information connected to Cantina Jasci’s business, to the work processes and to the publishing of tools and materials related to Cantina Jasci’s ongoing projects. The documentation, images, characters, artistic work, graphics, (music), application software and all the codes and format scripts used to implement this Website are the property of Jasci.it.
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Unless expressly provided for, the contents of this Website may not, in whole or in part, be copied, modified, reproduced, transferred, uploaded, downloaded, published or distributed, made display for redistribution to third parties for commercial use, in any way without the prior written consent of Cantina Jasci.
The content, trademarks and logos present on this Website as well as the content, trademarks and logos of clients present on this Website cannot be used on any other website other than the Website itself or on other means of communication without the prior consent. No responsibility is assumed in relation to both the content of what is published on the Website and the use that third parties may make of it, and for any contamination deriving from access, interconnection and downloading of material from the Website.
Therefore, Cantina Jasci will not be held liable in any way for damages, losses, prejudices of any kind that third parties may suffer as a result of contact with the Website, or as a result of the use of what is published in the same as of the software used.
Any violation will be prosecuted according to the law.
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Types of cookies
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