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The French Red Cross takes the necessary procedures to ensure the reliability of information contained in this website. However, it cannot incur any liability whatsoever for errors, omissions, or results which may be obtained as a result of using the information provided. The French Red Cross is only bound by an obligation of means concerning the information made available on the site. Likewise, it is in no way responsible for infection by viruses or any other computer problem that has destructive effects.