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The following provisions apply to all feedback/commentary on swissinfo. Contributors concede to swissinfo all rights to use their contribution free of charge and without restrictions. Feedback may be edited. It may be published and archived in part or in full in other media branches of our parent company, SRG SSR.

In submitting feedback you accept that your remarks may be published/quoted at the end of the relevant article on www.swissinfo.ch. Commentary will be published under the contributor's name in the language in which is it received.

Published feedback must relate to the topic to which the article relates and contribute to a discussion. We ask that you respect swissinfo house rules, which require that comments be relevant to the story or issue, and forbid use of harmful, insulting, racially or sexually offensive language, or language urging violence or criminal acts. Feedback will only be posted if it conforms to house rules.

Neither links nor messages written in block capitals will be published. Messages should not exceed 1,000 characters.


Feedback is not published automatically, but instead will first be read by swissinfo.

Contributors are obliged to use their real first and last names, country of origin and email address. The contributor's email address will not be published. Contributors who do not respect the above rules could be barred from contributing to swissinfo. Contributors concede to swissinfo the right to store their details (name, country of origin and email address) for up to one year, after which all information will be deleted.

The contributor is solely responsible for the content and accuracy of what he/she writes and agrees to respect the rights of third parties. swissinfo accepts no liability for damages, costs or expenses incurred or any claims or legal proceedings arising from your feedback/contribution.

swissinfo cannot enter into correspondence with contributors.

The following provisions apply to all feedback/commentary on swissinfo. Contributors concede to swissinfo all rights to use their contribution free of charge and without restrictions. Feedback may be edited. It may be published and archived in part or in full in other media branches of our parent company, SRG SSR.

In submitting feedback you accept that your remarks may be published/quoted at the end of the relevant article on www.swissinfo.ch. Commentary will be published under the contributor's name in the language in which is it received.

Published feedback must relate to the topic to which the article relates and contribute to a discussion. We ask that you respect swissinfo house rules, which require that comments be relevant to the story or issue, and forbid use of harmful, insulting, racially or sexually offensive language, or language urging violence or criminal acts. Feedback will only be posted if it conforms to house rules.

Neither links nor messages written in block capitals will be published. Messages should not exceed 1,000 characters.


Feedback is not published automatically, but instead will first be read by swissinfo.

Contributors are obliged to use their real first and last names, country of origin and email address. The contributor's email address will not be published. Contributors who do not respect the above rules could be barred from contributing to swissinfo. Contributors concede to swissinfo the right to store their details (name, country of origin and email address) for up to one year, after which all information will be deleted.

The contributor is solely responsible for the content and accuracy of what he/she writes and agrees to respect the rights of third parties. swissinfo accepts no liability for damages, costs or expenses incurred or any claims or legal proceedings arising from your feedback/contribution.

swissinfo cannot enter into correspondence with contributors.

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