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We publish scholarly journal, books and e-resources as open access and its material is freely available; the following summary offers a quick overview of the data processing activities that are undertaken on our website.
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We reserve the right to change this policy from time to time by updating our website respectively. Visit the website and check our latest updates.
This policy was updated on 24/05/2021.
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