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However, users have the right to react and have only their first name and the first letter of their surname appear on the website. Users whose responses are published online will be informed if they checked this option when registering.
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This content follows extensive research and analysis meant to inform the user as accurately and correctly as possible. Bruzz can in no way be held liable if the information contained on the website is incomplete or contains errors.
7. Site accessibility
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