Legal notice from GSMshop.ch
Copyright 2010 - 2011
All rights reserved. The texts, images, graphics, sounds, animations and videos, as well as their arrangement on the websites of GSMshop.ch are protected by copyright law as well as by other protective laws. The content of the site may not be copied, distributed or modified for commercial purposes or made available to third parties.
In addition, some of the sites of GSMshop.ch include images / photos whose copyright belongs to third parties.
You may view, print and copy the Content, provided that this is done for personal, non-commercial use. Reprinting, registration in other online services and reproduction, including a backup on optical and electronic data carriers, are permitted only with the written consent of the right holder.
Protection of trademarks
Unless otherwise indicated, all trademarks appearing on the GSMshop.ch website are protected by trademark law. This applies in particular to trademarks, nameplates, company logos and emblems.
Disclaimer of liability
This website has been designed with the utmost care. However, GSMshop.ch can not guarantee the total absence of errors or the accuracy of the information contained therein. GSMshop.ch shall not be held liable for any damage caused directly or indirectly by the use of this website, provided that these are not due to willful misconduct or gross negligence.
Intellectual property, such as copyrights, design rights, etc., contained on the website is protected. No license to exploit the intellectual property of GSMshop.ch or third parties can be awarded from this website.
GSMshop.ch is pleased to welcome you on this site and your interest in the products. All personal data collected on the website will be used exclusively to ensure your follow-up, to send information about the products or the presentation of services offered; These data will be saved, processed and possibly transmitted to Group companies. We guarantee that your data will be treated confidentially, in accordance with the applicable legal data protection regulations.
In accordance with the Data Protection Act, you have the right to learn if we safeguard your personal data, and if so, which ones. You also have the right to correct erroneous information. In order to ensure that no information falls into foreign hands, the request for such information must be made in writing only and that a copy of the identity be provided as an attachment.
Updated on 11.10.2011