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metadata or the digitised sources to which the metadata refers. This information has been
provided to us by online searches and by contributing institutions and organisations. These data
providers have assured VTM that the owners of these rights have agreed to the publication of
their works under the applicable conditions as referred to above.
VTM cannot, however, guarantee that this is always correct. If you think that anything published
on VTM infringes your rights, you may report this to us at [email protected] as soon
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